A wonderful collaborative W&BA project on Halesworth Millennium Green
Spell Songs in the Green was initiated by Halesworth Community Choir with W&BA and was intended to culminate in a live community-based performance involving all participants on Halesworth Millennium Green in June 2021.
Due to the impact of Covid it’s now a unique creative film, which we hope will have a lasting legacy. The process of filming and recording the singers, dancers and school children has ensured a sense of joy and community has remained central to the project.
The project has brought together creative professionals and local adults and children to highlight the beauty and fragility of nature and threats to wildlife, by using powerful and complimentary creative language and art forms.
W&BA Walks 2021
We have a great series of four walks planned this year. Savour the Sandlings with Ivor and Jean Morrell in June sold out and was enormously enjoyed by all. Industrial Great Yarmouth Photography Walk with Mark Cator in July is next up, Walking Right up your Street with Dean Parkin in August is sold out and there’s Wild About Bungay with Terry and Chris Reeve in September. To find out more check out the Walks section of the website.
See what our creative members are up to..
Melinda Appleby is an East Anglian writer/researcher who specialises in creative connections to nature and place.
Looking Out, July is online and is available to read here.
Melinda believes there are important links between nature and culture, and this underpins her work – her own writing, the courses she leads in landscape writing and in her research into the relationship between people and landscapes.
Melinda is on Waveney & Blyth Arts’ Management Committee and is working with Brian Guthrie on the 2021 Two Rivers Book Festival.
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