A Place Full of Vibrations
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‘A place full of vibrations’ is one woman’s story of how Creek, once described merely as ‘an opening in the sandhills’, is for her a special place of deep significance.
She returns to and takes the same walk she took many years before, the day her life changed.
She speaks of the sights and sounds she sees, the memories they evoke and continue to reverberate in the benign beauty of Creek.
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Gill lives in Lincolnshire and spent most of her professional career working in partnership with young families and local authorities in community development work and adult learning.
She graduated with Distinction the Writing MA at Sheffield Hallam University and was awarded the A M Heath Prize for her collection of short stories.
Her story ‘Ladies of the Soil’ was broadcast on Radio 4 and several others published and short listed. Her play ‘Still Alive with Clive’ was performed at the Festival of New and she was awarded first prize in the 2013 Rubery Competition for her short story ‘On the Bench.’
Gill established a Theatre Group ‘The Workhouse Players’ who have performed a range of her short plays in various theatres and venues.
Gill greatly admires writers such Bennett, Alice Munro, William Trevor and Graham Swift (among others), and the work of Simon Armitage.
Find out more about this Tale Teller at: gillblow.co.uk
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Voice Actor – Saffiah Sanders-Bailey