Finding Time to Write – Bognor Regis

This workshop is for those who want to write but never seem to find the time. Through a series of practical exercises we will look at:

  • Writing tools and habits to freshen up your writing life
  • Structuring your daily routine to fit in time for creative practice
  • Structuring your writing project around the time you have
  • Short writing prompts you can use to kick start your writing
  • Creative plunder – using prompts from your busy everyday life in your writing
  • Top time management tips – pick and choose from some of the leading time management strategies

The workshop is suitable for beginners and experienced writers. It’s particularly aimed at those who have other things in their lives aside from writing – whether that’s kids, family, illness, work, education, disability etc.

Date: 25 April 2017
Times: 11:30am-1:30pm
Venue: Safe Haven, 32 Sudley Road, Bognor Regis, PO21 1EL

Louise Tondeur is a writer and educator who  published two novels with Headline Review before 1) writing a PhD 2) becoming a mum! She now teaches Creative Writing at the University of Roehampton, is working on another novel and has finished a short story collection. In 2012, Louise published a book for students on time management with a local press in Brighton.


25/04/2017 - 11:30 am - 1:30 pm


Safe Haven,
32 Sudley Road,
Bognor Regis,
PO21 1EL
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How to book

You can book a place by completing the form below. You can pay online by credit or debit card or pay offline by bank transfer or cheque

We aim to keep the cost of our training free or as low as possible. Please consider making a donation below.

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Free Ticket£0.00
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Registration Criteria

Our workshops are for artists and writers who are marginalised. We need to collect the information below as part of our funding requirements.

having a mental health issue
having a physical disability
having a long-term limiting illness
having a learning disability/ASD/ADHD
having a sensory impairment
having a substance misuse issue
being homeless or in temporary accommodation
being a survivor of abuse
being long term unemployed
being a carer
being an offender or ex-offender
being a care leaver
being a traveller
being part of the BMER community
being a part of the LGBTQ+ community
being an older person (65+)

How to pay

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