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More Stories from the Hinckley Scribblers

The Hinckley Scribblers is a local writing group. It meets most Fridays in Hinckley Library and is an informal group for anyone wishing to discuss creative writing in a friendly atmosphere.

Anthology 2016

The Hinckley Scribblers

The Hare and the Copper

written and read by Philip McCormac (5’ 23”)


Torrevieja (Part 1)

written and read by Carol Mogano (3’ 56”)


Torrevieja (Part 2)

written and read by Carol Mogano (3’ 45”)


Brothers

written and read by John Trott (4’48”)


The Reunion

written and read by Rita Wilson (8’ 01”)   


Be Careful What You Wish Fo

written and read by Sheila Lockett (3’ 00”)


Dr StrangeGlove and the Richard Head Bomb

by Phil Whitmore (4’ 48”)


Daisy

written and read by Josie Hill (4’ 32”)


Natural World

written by Sylvia Jackson Clark and read by Sue (0’ 55”)


At the Waterside Inn

written and read by Sue Bland (6’ 23”)


Grand Pappy

written and read by Jeff Hawkesworth (19’ 59”)


Heaven Sent

written and read by Norma Bowen (3’ 50”)


Strike a Blow for Freedom

written and read by John Trott (2’ 55”)


A Sore Throat in France

written and read by Jeff Hawkesworth (15’ 21”)

In Hindsight

written and read by Norma Bowen (4’ 44”)


Immediate Response

written and read by John Welford (4’ 11”)


Old Tusker

written and read by John Trott (3’ 42”)


Moving On

written and read by Beth Ellis (4’ 54”)


What I Don’t Remember

written and read by Lindy Greaves (4’ 04”)


The Elephant

written and read by Lindy Greaves (5’ 15”)


Tony's Choice

written and read by Mathew Cobb (6’ 20”)


There Am I

written and read by Josie Hill (1’ 30”)


Scales and Paper Bags

written by Sylvia Jackson Clark and read by Sue (1’ 45”)


The Crystal Angel

written by Shirley Beasley and read by Beth Ellis(6’ 09”)


Farewell Alabama

written and read by John Trott (4’ 56”)


Looking Back

written and read by Norma Bowen (2’ 59”)


Memorial

written and read by Rita Wilson (5’ 10”)


Pete the Rat

written and read by John Trott (3’ 28”)




Scribblers

written and read by Sheila Lockett (2’ 46”)