Join us for our May, NWC meeting on Friday the 27th from 2.30-4.45 pm.
Meeting content remains flexible, so we can offer a variety of content in the afternoon. There’s always time for a writing related chat, and either a mini-workshop or a couple of writing exercises to get you thinking. Manuscript feedback is generally bi-monthly.
If one of our writing exercises sparks your creativity, then take it home and carry on writing. We enjoy hearing the results at the next meeting.
All attendees pay a small charge per meeting.
NWC members: £3
Any other questions, please use our contact form.
Apologies, this event is CANCELLED due to the countrywide coronavirus situation.
Our March, Read and Write Night will be our regular mix of manuscript reading, discussion and the writing exercise focusing on beginnings.
The members in-depth group will be in session at the same time.
We hope to see as many members and visitors who are able to attend.
With the existing Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation, please ensure you follow NHS guidance on good hand hygiene. If you need further information, please follow this link to the NHS web page.
Join us for our regular last Friday of the month meet up in the Waterstones Coffee Shop in Nottingham city centre.
Come along to chat about the writing life, news and questions, alongside the venues tasty cakes and coffee/tea…
We’ll be there from 1.30 pm onward, but you can arrive and leave as your commitments allow.
The Coffee Shop is a business so please buy a drink while you’re there…
We’re happy to say that Wednesday’s Read and Write night will take place at our usual venue, the Nottingham Mechanics, from 7 to 9 pm.
Sadly, the current bridge closures remain in place, but actions to improve traffic flow around the city centre have improved traffic flow.
Whether travelling by road or public transport, we’d still recommend allowing extra time to travel into the city centre on Wednesday evening.
During the evening we’ll be reading manuscripts, have discussions and a practical writing exercise. The members in-depth group will also be meeting.
Visitors are welcome for a small fee.
Questions? Then please use our Contact Us form and we’ll respond as soon as we can.
Our regular meet up in the Waterstones Coffee Shop will now be the LAST FRIDAY of the month at our usual time of 1.30 pm onward.
Come along to chat about writing, share news or ask questions, while you enjoy coffee and cake- or whatever you prefer…
We look forward to seeing you, even if you can only pop in for a short time; arrive when you can and leave when want or need to.
As we meet in the Waterstones Coffee Shop, please remember to buy something, it is a business.
Join us for a regular meet-up of writers in the Waterstones Coffee Shop on the third floor of the bookshop in Nottingham city centre. We meet on the fourth Friday of each month- even if it’s a five-week month.
Come along for a chat, ask for thoughts on a writing problem or do what writers enjoy doing when they get together, drink tea/coffee or whatever you prefer while you talk writing, books you’ve read or other related topics.
Arrive and leave at your own schedule, even if you only have an hour. You don’t even have to be an NWC member to join in.
Please buy a drink and/or food while you’re using the coffee shop, as it is a business for paying customers…
Join us for our last Read and Write Night of this year’s programme.
There’s the opportunity for: manuscript reading with constructive feedback, a writing exercise with a yuletide theme, and you can share your current writing issues for helpful suggestions.
Our in-depth group (for full members only) will also meet.
You’re welcome to come along as a visitor to any meeting for a small fee…
Questions? Please use our Contact Us form.
UPDATE: Apologies, we have cancelled this month’s Friday meet up.
We’ll resume our fourth Friday get-together on October 25th, when the new Waterstones Coffee Shop will be open.
If you are unaware of the reason for this cancellation, please see the information below.
The Costa Coffee shop in Waterstones is undergoing work; When completed it will become a Waterstones Coffee shop.
The current estimate for reopening is the end of September, with the possibility that it may not complete until the first week of October. It has needed additional work that has disrupted the original schedule.
We’re back from our summer break with our new style Read & Write Night which will remain a regular part of our programme alongside: workshops, speakers, annual competitions and Christmas social events.
This month there will be discussion, manuscript reading with constructive comments, as well as a writing exercise for those who want to concentrate on developing their writing skills.
Our aim is to keep the format of the evening flexible so you get the most out of the meetings. This will also give you the opportunity to experience the different elements we offer.
Visitors are welcome, but we hope you’ll like what we offer and take up membership…