Josie Moon

Poet, Musician and Educator

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The Poetry Cafe @ Riverhead Coffee

Following on from our enjoyable National Poetry Day events La Luna is very pleased to announce that in partnership with Riverhead Coffee we will be hosting a regular Poetry Cafe event for poets, writers and audiences to enjoy an afternoon of readings and conversation about writing.  The first Poetry Cafe will take place on Thursday 2nd November at Riverhead Coffee between 3.00 -5.00 pm and this first event is open to anyone to come along and read. We plan to run this event monthly and to have many poets and writers from our region joining us.

We were sorry to have to cancel the Poetry Tea today but even poets get poorly and we will reschedule this event as soon as we are able. 

Great Grimsby Community Choir GGCC

Following our very happy and successful move to St Mark’s church where we are settling in very nicely GGCC now has a packed autumn schedule of events and performances. We are thrilled to be singing this Sunday as part of The Fisherman’s Memorial Service at Grimsby Minster. The service starts at 2.00 pm and all are welcome to come along. We have some lovely songs to sing including Jo Townell’s arrangements of You Know You’re Home and Cold Winds Blow both by McCarthy and Moon and written specifically about the Grimsby fishing heritage.

Thanks to our friend Ian Pickles at The Peoples Magazine we have a lovely new logo.

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For regular information about what GGCC are up to why not like our new Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/GGCommunitychoir/

 

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