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TIME is running out for a project which aims to relieve homelessness.
Without Walls, a 300-page anthology which explores homelessness through history, articles, images and more than 70 poems about Colchester’s heritage and landmarks, faces a £1,000 shortfall to cover production costs.
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In response to two serious incidents last week, a ram raid at Aldi and a fight in which an unknown substance was thrown at Morrisons, MP Priti Patel called for organisations including police and the town council to work together to combat crime.
“In recent weeks, special constables and local policing teams have completed an extra 250 hours of patrols in Witham and have made arrests.I’ve been in ministry in one way, shape or another for as long as I can remember.I have a strong sense of who I am and what I am doing with my life.“This is so much more than just a book of poetry.” Poetry Wivenhoe’s Martin Newell, David Canning and Peter Ualrig Kennedy have penned works as well as artist Sheena Clover and national writer Kit Wright among others.
Artists and photographers such as Angela Horner, Sally Howard, Jason Botelho, Simon Crow and Jade Fothergill have contributed too alongside Colchester’s MP Will Quince who is writing the foreword.She always said, 'I knew if I cancelled, he'd never ask again.