Occasionally we undertake long-term projects.

In 2007 we produced the booklet Great Aunt Africa to support a refugee school in Guinea. This involved research into and discussion of various aspects of African life - politics, music, art and accounts of individual lives.


In 2009 we carried out a series of visits around the local area, and produced an anthology The View from Out Here, and Edgewise, a performance of readings of our work.
the view from out here blog

 In 2012 we produced an anthology and a performance entitled 'Olympians' to coincide with the 2012 Olympics in London. As the  modern Olympic tradition began in Much Wenlock we included a lot of local as well as international material. Both the anthology and the performances were well-received.


In June 2016 we held a very successful afternoon event in Much Wenlock, where we launched Stirring the Dust, an anthology of members' work, much of which derived from the Origins project. (see Origins). The event also included presentations from local poetry publishers and musical entertainment.