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Mirror Mind poetry collection is here!

Good Morning! The Mirror Mind Poetry collection is here! Chapel Poetry Group is proud to announce that the latest collection of winning poems from the recent Poetry Competition is launching at our Poetry Evening and Book Launch on Saturday 26th June 7.30pm (On Zoom and in person, text us to book) Ticket donations (pay as you feel) online here.

Copies of the Mirror Mind poetry book are available from Saturday 26th onwards, either in person on the night or you can order now by contacting us and we will send them out to you. They are available for a suggested donation of £5 per copy, all in aid of The Chapel Project. There are some absolutely stunning poems in this, the 4th #ChapellPoetry collection. We were delighted with the response and our judge, Poet in Residence Maximiliano Alcazar was very impressed by the standard of entries. Our only regret is that we couldn't publish them all! Donations for books - click here please thank you!

Text or call today for your zoom ticket / table booking / book orders! 07730 609446

We also have a few (while stocks last!) copies of our previous collections available.

"Poetry on the Potty" ( 2018 Feb) donations in aid of Amaha We Uganda

"Words and Movement"(2017) donations in aid of The Chapel

"Illumination" (2018 Nov) donations in aid of The Chapel

All available for a suggested donation of £5 per copy.

We hope you enjoy the poetry and thank you for your support!

If you would like to try your hand at a poem or two, or join some like minded poets to workshop your latest, please join our next Poetry Workshop. The group is very friendly, and we enjoy the fact that our poets have all kinds of styles within the group. Text or call 07730 609446

Zoom Link for Saturday 26th June 2021 (scheduled for 7pm to get logged in, for a 7:30pm start)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 829 2148 7677

Passcode: 177041

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