Words in the Landscape

Cranborne Chase Chase and Chalke Heritage Fund

The Words in the Landscape project aims to bring together readers, writers, poets and tellers of tales to celebrate the written and spoken word, and to connect people to the landscape.

Words in the Landscape Project Aims

The project aims to engage hundreds of local people of all ages in a variety of activities, from creative writing workshops, commissioned work, community outreach to live events.

The project will culminate in the ‘Festival of Words’ – a celebration of the work that emerges from the project.

  • To capture poetry and words composed by members of the public made in response to the landscape.
  • To celebrate the written word through poetry and writing workshops and readings.
  • To work with Poets and Writers to create new written works inspired by Cranborne Chase and the written word.

Get Involved with the Words in the Landscape Project

Learn more about Words in the Landscape

Find out more by viewing our Project Summary here:

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The Chase & Chalke team offer free training opportunities to our volunteers. Register today to view upcoming activities to get involved with the Words in the Landscape project, as well as free training & more.

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To learn more about the project, or to get involved, contact Charlottemoreton@cranbornechase.org.uk.