Croydon Poets Potager

An obituary for Bart Wolffe, Zimbabwean playwright and Croydonian poet

Posted on November 1st, by Charles Barber in Culture. 1 Comment

The exiled poet and playwright found a home in Croydon and left a message for our time

I was very sad to learn of the death of the accomplished writer, poet and playwright Bart Wolffe this summer, and thought that a few of my fellow Croydonians might like to know a bit more about the life and work of this perceptive Croydon poet … Read More »

Some poets went walking round the borough. Here’s a report: it’s pretty thorough

Posted on July 21st, by Mary Champion in Culture. No Comments

They came, they saw… they didn’t quite scan. Mary Champion presents an event review like no other, as Croydon Poets Potager takes a rhyming tour of the town centre

Croydon Poets Potager is a group of local poets and poetry enthusiasts who take our inspiration from our town, its challenges, problems and beauties. As cranes fill the sky and Croydon town centre undergoes rapid change, we felt … Read More »

Croydon poetry group will hold guided walk in the town centre on Saturday 2nd July

Posted on June 16th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Croydon Poets’ Potager, a group for Croydon poets, will hold a public poetry event on Saturday 2nd July in the town centre. 

Release begins: Everyone is welcome to join the Poets’ Potager Group, that will meet up at 11am outside the Costa Café at East Croydon station on Saturday 2nd July at 11:00am then walk to West Croydon station, down North End, past Surrey Street and on … Read More »