Pimm’s and Poetry night with Fenland’s finest poets at WWT Welney

13:42 02 June 2014

Elaine Ewart, Poppy Kleiser and Leanne Moden at the Fenland Poet Laureate awards in March.  
Picture: MARK HARRISON

Elaine Ewart, Poppy Kleiser and Leanne Moden at the Fenland Poet Laureate awards in March. Picture: MARK HARRISON

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A nature reserve is offering visitors the chance to listen to Fenland’s finest poets while sipping Pimm’s on Friday, June 13.

Fenland Poet Laureate Poppy Kleiser and Poetry Society award winner Emma Danes, as well as former Fenland Poet Laureates Elaine Ewart and Leanne Moden, will perform at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre at Welney against the beautiful backdrop of the Ouse Washes.

A free glass of Pimm’s will be given to every visitor on arrival and other refreshments will be available to buy during breaks in the event.

The free event runs from 6-8pm, although booking is advisable to avoid disappointment.

To book your place, call WWT Welney on 01353 860711 or e-mail info.welney@wwt.org.uk

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