Headway Glasgow Goes Cycling!

After our successful afternoon cycling with Free Wheel North, Headway Glasgow are heading back to Glasgow Green to do it all again. the details can be found on the poster below but if you have any questions then please contact the office on 0141 332 8878. There is a bike for everyone, no matter your fitness level, ability or previous experience. Come along and ride a tandem – and get your partner to do all the hard work!Headway Glasgow is cycling! (2)

The Sea Monster

James Vincent of the Headway Glasgow Creative Writing Group has won the Scottish Book Trust 50 Word Fiction Competition with his poem The Sea Monster for May 2016.

When asked about what winning this competition meant to him, Jim said:

“I feel so proud and this dispels lots of doubts about my writing style. I like it and if others do too, then that’s what it’s all about.”

You can read Jim’s piece here:

http://www.scottishbooktrust.com/reading/the-50-word-fiction-competition

or here:

Ah kin see
The sea
Monster’s
Heid

Atween they
Gannets
Divin fur
Thur dinner
Roon aboot
The critter

Ahin thone
Seagulls
Shairin
A fritter

Ah’ve seen
Distant phoaties
Sent in fae
Twitchers
Yaisin
Twitter

Ah ken
It’s hur
Wi thone
Sleekit een

Whit a mawkit
Awfy
lukkin
slitter

Antique Men’s Fashon – Seaside Outing Suit

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