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A&L launches Writer in Residence scheme

12th June, 2016
Andrew Hetherington, chief executive, Business to Arts and Julian Yarr, managing partner, A&L Goodbody with Cerys Duff, 7, from St Josephs Co Ed Primary School, Dublin

A&L Goodbody is partnering with Business to Arts to launch a Writer in Residence programme under the Docklands Arts Fund in Dublin.

The partnership will see a writer work with children at St Joseph’s Co Ed Primary School in East Wall to develop their creativity and literacy skills. The venture marks the first time that a business in Ireland has engaged in a Writer in Residence programme with Business to Arts and Dublin...

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