Museum Garden Poetry Walk -Take a walk through our historic garden and enjoy listening to poems about nature along the way.

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Wimborne Minster, Wimborne, Dorset, England, United Kingdom
Listening to poetry is incredibly therapeutic and has the potential to unlock emotions and memories that have been long hidden. Take a walk through our historic garden and enjoy recitals by local poets along the way.

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Loveliest Of Trees, The Cherry Now

Poem by A E Housman (1896) Read by Val Sweetlove, Museum Volunteer

Ode To Autumn by John Keats 1819

Poem composed by Keats in 1819. Read by David Martin

The Self Unseeing, Thomas Hardy

Poem written by Thomas Hardy who lived in Avenue Road, Wimborne for part of his life. Read by Alexan…

Fog by Sarah Barr

'Fog' by Sarah Barr won first place in National Memory Day writing competition 2018 and was the insp…

The Bee, Emily Dickinson

Written by Emily Dickinson Read by Fiona Mills

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