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Free Creative sessions in Brighton & Hove Libraries

Collected Works is delighted to be delivering a series of free, creative drop sessions in Brighton & Hove Libraries part of National Storytelling Week for local community publisher, QueenSpark Books. The sessions are part of QueenSpark’s Archive Alive project which

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Boho Gelato Raises £950 for Young City Reads!

Not only is Brighton’s Boho Gelato (in our opinion) the BEST artisan ice cream producer in the city, creating handmade gourmet Italian style ice creams and sorbets in over 450 flavours, they are also well known for their work within the

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Job Opportunity (Admin Assistant – Children’s Projects)

JOB OPPORTUNITY, BRIGHTON Collected Works CIC (CW) is seeking a a highly committed, proactive, friendly and enthusiastic all-rounder to assist on our Children’s Programme between: October 2019 – July 2020. This is a great job opportunity for an arts professional looking to develop

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Q & A with City Reads author S.K. Perry

Q&A with City Reads 2019 author S.K Perry, which originally appeared on Deborah Kalb’s book blog How did you come up with the idea for Let Me Be Like Water, and for your character Holly? I started writing the book

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Spotlight on Crisis Classroom

This years’  Young City Reads title ‘The Boy at the Back of the Class’ by Onjali Q. Rauf follows the story of a young Syrian refugee Ahmet. This beautiful tale of empathy and compassion, introduces us to a small group

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