'Always inclusive' writing classes back on offer at bookshop
- Credit: Sophie Skyring
Minds of all kinds can discover the wonder of words in a dyslexia-friendly writing workshop.
Bookbugs and Dragontales in Timber Hill, is about to restart its classes lead by 26-year-old Poppy Stevens.
Miss Stevens, from Watton, said: "My friends laughed at me when I started working in a bookshop because I am so dyslexic.
"I was diagnosed when I was 21 so I struggled through school. I loved English and always felt inspired by words and poetry and wished I had a creative outlet."
The classes are very "inclusive, never exclusive" so everyone is welcome, including, but not limited to all neurodivergent youngsters.
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Sessions are very relaxed, including time to play games and catch up with friends.
For more information visit bookbugsanddragontales.com
If you are a young person who has a story to tell or would be interested in having your voice heard in the paper, please contact Sophie Skyring via firstname.lastname@example.org
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