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Workshops // Coming up // Love Where You Live Workshop
2 July

Love Where You Live Workshop

This light-hearted creative workshop is designed to help you see and experience your hometown or city in a bright new way. 

Led by Hannah Bevan, the Falmouth-based founder and author of Hometown Journals, you’ll first learn more about the benefits of journaling and how becoming more immersed in your local area can positively impact your wellbeing. You’ll then receive your own copy of Hometown, and during the session we’ll all work through a series of exercises from the journal together. Each will be designed to inspire gratitude, exploration and fresh perspective in the place that you live - and there will be the opportunity to share and discuss our journal entries afterwards, to spread joy and spark new ideas!

What to expect:

  • An introductory talk from Hannah
  • Your own Hometown Journal to use in the workshop, and keep afterwards to continue your journaling journey at home.
  • 4 or 5 guided journal activities, including writing and drawing. You don’t have to be experienced at either of those things to take part. All abilities are welcome.
  • A relaxed environment
  • A short break halfway through (OPTIONAL: for a hot drink from the cafe).
  • Pens and pencils will be provided but again, you can bring your own if you prefer.

Love Where You Live Workshop

Saturday 2nd July, 11-1.30pm (2hrs, 30mins)

Location: The Poly's Main Gallery


Course leader: Hannah Bevan

Cost: £20

A £1 Poly Fund payment is added to each ticket sold.


Ages 13+, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.



Please wear a face covering (unless you are exempt), thinking social distance, and sanitise your hands on arrival. 




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