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Photo of the North Uist bulb plantation, from the MacKenzie family film archive.

Poetry evening: Nothing is so beautiful

Join us as we celebrate the new season, with a poetry evening of readings on the theme: Nothing is so Beautiful.  Taken from Gerard Manley Hopkins poem ‘Spring’, “nothing is so beautiful” can be interpreted in many ways.  Whatever this brings to mind for you or inspires you to read, we would love to hear your choice of poem.

Whether or not you wish to share a favourite poem, everyone is welcome to join us.  Come along and enjoy a friendly and relaxed evening listening to readings of poetry.

Please note this month’s poetry evening is slightly earlier in the month, ahead of Easter.

Photo of the bulb plantation in North Uist, courtesy of the MacKenzie family film archive, on loan to UistFilm’s FAODAIL | FOUND digitisation progamme.