burly and grum

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NEWS, EVENTS AND INTERVIEWS

December 2014:

I was very pleased to present prizes to the winners of the Paws n Claws Writing Compeition in London! Well done everyone!

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May 2014:

28 May was the final deadline for voting for the 'The Secret City' which was a finalist in the Children's section of the People's Book Prize. Thank you everyone for voting but I'm afraid that Burly & Grum didn't win this time. They had a lot of fun though!

October/November 2013:

I worked with Vicci and Karina on the creative writing and community art project they created, Imagine In-Print, as part of the Chelmsford Ideas Festival. It was a lot of fun!

Monday, 16 September 2013:

The Paw n Claws Writing Competition starts!

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Saturday, 14 September 2013:

Kate was proud to be asked to be part of the judging panel for the Paw n Claws Writing Competition for children!

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Saturday, 20 April 2013:

Just Imagine Storytelling Centre, Chelmsford
Storytelling session and a writing workshop for children 6-9 years old.

Saturday, 16 March 2013:

St Pancras Station, London (11.30am).
The Born Free Foundation worked with the Clinton Partnership in a project called Tiger Tracks to produce the world’s biggest tiger event at one of the world’s biggest stations over for three weeks in March 2013. There were lots of tiger-related activities and I was very proud to be part of this event. Pat Scullion read The Tiger's Tale to an audience of young children - it was great fun!

Burly and Grum are interviewed by Kitty Bullard from Great Minds Think Aloud Literary Community!

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