|Phoenix Writer, Mayapee Chowdhury, opening the proceedings to…|
|…an appreciative audience.|
|Mr John Nowell from Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance, |
(our chosen charity) speaks about the work they do.
|Wayne Kelly and Maya handing over a cheque for £300 which we've raised so far |
from the sale of our anthology.
|The highlight of the evening were readings of three stories from the anthology by local actors. |
The stories were chosen by a blind vote.
|Kieron Atwood reading 'Baptism of Fire' by Tom Everley.|
|Neil May reading 'A gentleman's Agreement' by Daniel Ribot.|
|Peter Glover reading 'Two Coats' by Liz Chell.|
|A short interlude while Leah Osbourne gets ready for the raffle – a chance to win a bespoke story |
in the genre of choice to be written by one of the members. More money for Air Ambulance.
|And the drawing of the raffle. Phoenix Writer, Krys Wysocki |
will now be writing a children's story for the winner.
|And many thanks to Maria Smith, who set the ball rolling |
on this project all those months ago.
Kieron Atwood - @kieronattwood
Neil May - @NeilMay1