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Catriona James commented on Catrin Clarke's blog post In The Deep End at Dale Fort, July 2014
"thanks for this Catrin. x"
Aug 29, 2014
Ailsa Richardson commented on Catrin Clarke's blog post In The Deep End at Dale Fort, July 2014
"thanks Catrin - love the idea of walking up Pen y Fan brainstorming ! xx"
Aug 22, 2014
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Aug 22, 2014
Christina Handke commented on Catrin Clarke's blog post In The Deep End at Dale Fort, July 2014
"I wrote this one earlier this month, right after summer camp, in the middle of my summer-camp-is-over-blues, muha: http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/profiles/blogs/back-from-summer-camp-14 Did you see that one or are you suggesting…"
Aug 21, 2014
Simon Coates commented on Catrin Clarke's blog post In The Deep End at Dale Fort, July 2014
"Christina - when do we get to see your blog post, eh? sxx"
Aug 21, 2014
Christina Handke commented on Catrin Clarke's blog post In The Deep End at Dale Fort, July 2014
"I just wanted to comment on this and then Simon's comment popped up and he's basically saying what I wanted to say, just in better, so I'm gonna go with "what he said" (I kinda feel like this should be the title of a…"
Aug 21, 2014
Simon Coates commented on Catrin Clarke's blog post In The Deep End at Dale Fort, July 2014
"Catrin - this is such a beautiful account of your (and dare I say, many people's?) Summercamp experience. So good to see this. Thanks for sharing! And enjoy your brainstorming on Pen-y-Fan. Very Summercampish!"
Aug 21, 2014
Catrin Clarke commented on Jac Ifan Moore's blog post I've written a blog. It's a reflexion
"This is so true X"
Aug 21, 2014
Catrin Clarke posted a blog post

In The Deep End at Dale Fort, July 2014

I was sick and missed the first day in Cardiff. We travelled on the second day and I slept for most of the journey, unwell, disconnected. I woke as the minibus was negotiating its way along an impossibly narrow lane to the secret location, which I'd overheard people guessing. Correctly as it turned out: Dale Fort, in Pembrokeshire.There has been a human presence on Dale Fort Point since the Bronze Age. But the current building, constructed 1853 - 1856, dates from a period of panic over a…See More
Aug 21, 2014
Catrin Clarke commented on Tom Beardshaw's page Frequently Asked Questions
"I seem to have two profiles! I have a lot of friend requests on one, but when I click on the link it takes me to another me who has two friends only - and I think I requested those friends rather than responding to requests I've had. But I…"
Aug 3, 2014
Catrin Clarke is now a member of National Theatre Wales Community
Feb 8, 2013

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What I do:
Writer
A little more about me:
I'm a writer.
Location:
Cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
I'm currently working on a collection of short stories called 'How the light gets in.' I'm also working on a feature film script. And lots of other ideas bubbling.
Twitter @username:
CadiRidesHorses

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In The Deep End at Dale Fort, July 2014

I was sick and missed the first day in Cardiff. We travelled on the second day and I slept for most of the journey, unwell, disconnected. I woke as the minibus was negotiating its way along an impossibly narrow lane to the secret location, which I'd overheard people guessing. Correctly as it turned out: Dale Fort, in Pembrokeshire.



There has been a human presence on Dale Fort Point since the Bronze Age. But the current building, constructed 1853 - 1856, dates from a period of panic…

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