Ormskirk Writers' & Literary Society - OWLS - was established in 1963 by Dora Doyle to promote local writers. Founder member Ron Bartholomew contributed to the Waverly Encyclopaedias and was widely published in Practical Mechanics Magazine. A successful playwright, he opened his house to us for weekly meetings and served us with tea and home made cakes for many years. As Otis lifts Chief Engineer he also designed the press button control boxes used in lifts to this day. ALT="Ormskirk Writers' & Literary Society">

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

OWLS Christmas Party

The Ormskirk Writers' Christmas Party is on Monday December 7th in the large downstairs room of New Church House Ormskirk.

Members admission is free and only £2 is charged for each of their guests.

There will be competions for :-

1 A Christmas Poem or Carol No more that 30 Lines.

2 A story to read at the Party Must be 100 words exactly and contain the following ten words once only in the order given. 1.french 2. terribly 3. brief 4. action 5. people 6.air 7.capable 8. glowering 9. lanuage 10. wheedling.

There will be a prize for the entry voted the most entertaining.

The guests can enter the competitions

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