Fancy a bit of Brownhills poetry?

Janet Grinnell has been in touch from Knaves Court in Brownhills – that wonderful extra care facility near Anchor Bridge for older folk – to let me know that following the great success of their previous book, ‘Chatting with Brownhills’, they’ve just launched a new book on Amazon of Brownhills poetry.

If it’s half as good as their last communal work it’ll be absolutely brilliant. I loved Chatting With Brownhills and pick it up regularly for a read, so this should be most excellent too!

The book is just £3.99 which is very pocket-pleasing indeed, and if you have one of those Kindle things it’s only £1.99 in electronic form, so what’s not to love? To buy your copy, click here.

Janet Grinnell wrote:

Hi Bob

This is Janet from Knaves Court.

Just to let you know that following our ‘Chatting with Brownhills’ book, we have now published a book of poetry  – again with work from people in the wider Brownhills community and also some of our residents.  Hoping you will help to spread the word for us as you have been so good in the past.

The book is available on Amazon, “Poetry in Brownhills” edited by Jan Grinnell £3.99 for paperback or £1.99 for Kindle.  As with our other book, all monies raised will go back to our resident and community group, ‘The Friends of Knaves Court’ to help us carry on the good work.

Many thanks for your help, both now and in the past.

Janet Grinnell

Activities Co-ordinator

Direct Dial 0370 192 4204
Knaves Court, High Street, Brownhills, Walsall, WS8 6DJ
Website: www.housingandcare21.co.uk
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Thanks to Janet for letting me know – always love new local books!

If you get a copy, I’d love to hear what you think: Comment here or mail me – BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com. Cheers.

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2 Responses to Fancy a bit of Brownhills poetry?

  1. good luck with your project

  2. Reg Fullelove says:

    good look wth your project

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