Stacey Halls Bursary

03 Nov 2023 / Uncategorized

Hebden Bridge IOU Hostel Exterior shot with patio

Apply to attend an Arvon Residential course in Yorkshire

Thanks to the generous support of writer Stacey Halls, we are now inviting applications for the Stacey Halls Bursary. This is open to writers aged 18-35 from a working-class, northern background. The bursary will cover the full course fee for an Arvon residential at Lumb Bank or the IOU Hostel in Hebden Bridge, where Lumb Bank courses will run from March 2024 while our main site is being redeveloped. You would need to fund your own travel expenses.We ask that you choose a course running at either Lumb Bank or IOU Hostel from mid-December 2023 to 24 June 2024 (assuming there are places available) and submit a statement telling us about your background and why you would benefit from both the bursary and your chosen course. Available course options can be found here.Statements should be emailed to by 9am on Tuesday 28 November and should not exceed 500 words. Receipt of the grant is conditional on providing a short report on your experience of the residential following the week.


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