Led by young poet Ella Frears from Spread the Word, budding authors are encouraged to write from the perspective of a deer over the last 100 years at Knole. Every Thursday from Thursday 30 July to Thursday 27 August.

  • 30 Jul 2015
  • 11am - 3pm
  • Sevenoaks

Pens, pencils and hooves at the ready – budding authors are being encouraged to write from the perspective of a deer over the last 100 years at Knole Country Park.  Led by young poet Ella Frears from Spread the Word, ‘Deer Diary’ is a creative writing and multi-sensory storytelling event for all the family in the county’s only medieval deer park. Extracts will be available in Knole’s new bookshop café.

Every Thursday from Thursday 30 July to Thursday 27 August, 11am-3pm.  These are free events.

Don’t forget to try the phenomenally successful challenge, 50 things to do before you’re 11¾ including simple pleasures such as climbing a tree, pond dipping, flying a kite and making a daisy chain. Pick up a scrapbook at your local property or download a planner to help you decide where to go on the National Trust’s website.

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