Grass Roots Open Writers


Useful Links

Activ8 Network

The website of Hastings and Rother MIND.

Aspie Village
Message Board specifically for people who are (or think they are) on the Autistic Spectrum.

Autism Sussex
Resource Centre for people on the Autistic Spectrum.

Barby Keel Animal Sanctuary
The website of the Animal Sanctuary in Sidley.

Cafe Des Arts

The aim of this café and art gallery is to provide people with autism with an opportunity to undertake work-based learning and to showcase and sell their art work.

Bexhill Online Community Newsletter
A brilliant site - with a great local events guide.

English Grammar Online

Learn English Grammar Online for Free.

FanFiction
A great website for writers and readers of Fan Fiction.

Forces Literary Organisation Worldwide (FLOW)

Set up to offer help to those who have suffered from the effects of war, including the suffering shared by family members and friends too.

GROW Blog
A blog for all GROW members - no matter where in the world they might be.

GROW GroupSpace

An online meeting place for GROW members and friends.

Hastings Voluntary Action (HVA)

A council for voluntary service.

Jan Hedgers Website
The Combe Valley Countryside Park Childrens Poetry Competition details can be found here..

Little Episodes

Little Episodes is an organisation started by professional writers, editors, artists, musicians and actors aiming to use the arts as a platform to raise awareness for people who suffer from depression, addiction or mental illness.

Lotsa Helping Hands
Coordinate Caregiving With A Community.

OneLook Dictionary Search
A really good (free) online dictionary.  OneLook compares about 100 online dictionaries.

POW (Pottsville Open Writers)

The website of POW In Pottsville, Pennsylvania.

Rhymezone
Online Rhyming Dictionary and Thesaurus

Survivors' Poetry
Celebrating the creative expression of survivors through poetry.

TheFED GroupSpace
An online meeting place for TheFED members and friends.

TheFED Website
Home of the monthly Writing Challenge.

Unwind Your Mind
The Unwind Your Mind blog is a common sense approach of tackling mental health, by bringing the focus back to mental wellness and away from mental illness. So instead of talking about the things that make you feel bad, we focus on what makes you feel good. To do this we encourage people to do something every day that helps them unwind their mind.

VOICES
The Manchester Based Magazine of Working Class Writing.






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