Where There's Tea, There's Hope
Some sayings are cathartic;
they go straight to the heart.
And when it's time to stop and think
they nudge us all to start.
It's the verbal panacea,
the all purpose antidote;
it's echoed down the ages:
'Where there's tea, there's hope'.
- an excerpt from the title poem of my
This book is available directly from me.
Send £9 (to include P & P) to
3 Somerset Terrace
Bristol BS3 4LL
Or buy it at the Arnolfini Bookshop
16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA
My favourite accolade:
"Some poets make you laugh, some make you cry and some make you think. But not many
can do all these things. The Bard of Windmill Hill is one who delivers in all aspects.”
Mike Abrahams, sponsor of Bristol Vegfest
Comments on workshops:
"It has been great! Exceeded my expectations... students had fun."
Siobhan Klaus, library manager,
Orchard School, Bristol
"It was great to hear the Year 6 more able writers being really stretched and challenged. Trevor worked non-stop and accommodated the children at every turn. Good value."
Natasha Jones, English Co-ordinator,
Churchdown Village Junior School
Photo by Paul Bullivant - paulbullivant.co.uk
at Bristol Festival of Literature, 2013