Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Heritage

Heritage is generally understood to mean historic buildings, monuments and attractive countryside, especially if they're in need of preservation or conservation. (The excellent English Heritage charity is very aptly named.)

It can also mean anything which is inherited – from curly hair to diamond necklaces.

Senior Travel Expert are running a free to enter competition with the theme of heritage.

You have 750 words and until the end of October to write a piece of fiction or non fiction. The first prize is £100.


6 comments:

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

I've been working on my heritage...uh genealogy...it's addicting. First Wheelers in America came from Wiltshire around 1636

Patsy said...

Wiltshire is very close to us – and I have relations living there. Do you know which town?

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Patsy ... heritage ... lots to think about. England has so much and so many genes that seem to have wandered off ... cheers Hilary

Rosemary Gemmell said...

It's a good competition where I was one of the runners-up a couple of years ago!

Patsy said...

And quite a few which have wandered in! That's all added to our heritage though.

Patsy said...

Well done, Rosemary!