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Helen Cadbury’s Arvon Week

When I booked my week at the Arvon Centre at Moniack Mhor, I was desperate for it to…

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Stevie Ronnie: Why Arvon is like The Arctic

Seconds after take off Northumberland is white–out cloud. We reach our height then eat in miniature before tipping…

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A bottle of champagne in welcome – from The Hurst writer-in-residence

Deborah Alma is The Hurst writer-in-residence in 2013, during the renovation of the Manor House, former home of…

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Update from The Hurst

From Dan Pavitt, The Hurst Administrator and caretaker while the centre is closed for renovation  It’s somewhat ironic…

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Maps tell Stories

Claire Dean who co-tutored the Short Story Course at Lumb Bank with Nicholas Royle in May 2013, explains…

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Vita Nova perform at Totleigh Barton

Arvon staff have all been basking in the heat at Totleigh Barton for our annual summer meeting /…

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Ginny Vere Nicoll’s writing journey

Ginny Vere-Nicoll on her writing journey from Arvon to self-publishing I came to Arvon, to Totleigh Barton in…

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You make my life bleaker – from The Hurst writer-in-residence

Deborah Alma is The Hurst writer-in-residence in 2013, during the renovation of the Manor House, former home of…

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Kat Brown’s Arvon Week

Kat Brown on a Starting to Write a Novel week at Totleigh Barton  I didn’t really like my…

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Shola Adewusi’s Arvon week

Shola Adewusi was awarded an Arvon Grant to attend Starting to Write at Totleigh Barton earlier this year….

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Priory School’s Arvon Adventures

Watch the snowy antics of a school group who came to Lumb Bank earlier this year: The group…

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Sarah Hehir’s Arvon Week

Sarah Hehir on how her Arvon week led to an award-winning radio play. On March 22nd this year,…

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