It’s hard to find time to write.

That’s why, for the last 10 years, TheWriteDay (TWD) has been helping procrastinating writers to write their socks off for one whole Sunday every month.

Join us at our Write Place studios from 10.15am until 4pm ~ in person (for 10 lucky people) or virtually on our big Zoom screen.

Help us celebrate!

All you need is your laptop or pen ~ and the determination to get it written. (You can get it right later.)

How it works

We introduce ourselves and our goals for the day, then kick-start creativity with a 10-minute warm-up session of Wild Writing. And then … we write. Simple as that. We don’t share our work; we just get it written. 

Because that’s the main aim of TWD ~ to write as many words as you can without agonising, being hypercritical or editing. No Killer Ps are allowed.  

Remember, the absolute worst thing you write is still better than the very best thing you didn’t, because you can’t edit a blank page. 

At the end of the day, every writer is exhausted, but also exhilarated by their wordcount. It’s amazing what you can achieve by applying the magic formula:

Bum on seat = Words on page.

YOU deserve to feel this good.

Book your place now!

In person for £16 includes all-day tea, coffee, biscuits & homemade soup at lunchtime

On Zoom for £8 ~ no munchies but lots of chatty support

NOTE: THERE IS NO TWD in AUGUST ~ so avoid the rush and book NOW for September 11, our 10th birthday.

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What people say

I cannot rate TheWriteDay highly enough. It is the perfect space for aspiring writers like me to take a break from their usual busy routines and just write. No unnecessary distractions, no obligatory readings, just lots of cake, soup and refreshments, like-minded friendly people and the opportunity to spend a day pursuing your own creative endeavour.


I appreciate the stimulus of Wild Writing, the encouragement to keep going, and the sympathy with any difficulties from other writers.


Thank you so much for organising TWD. I can honestly say that I have not ever before had as productive a writing day.


I think it’s something in the soup.