Featured poet

Loz Anstey

Loz Anstey (officially a Lauren - but only when she is some form of trouble) is a poetry performer and spoken words artist.

Writing became her go to solace from around the age of 10 years old and she has been scribbling and tapping away ever since. After obtaining a dual honours degree in English Language and Creative Writing, she was exposed to the spoken word scene at her local pub and was launched into the world of performance. The buzz of a stage has now taken her to perform across the country.

Before the pandemic, Loz had the audio piece ĎBoxesí released on BBC Sounds and performed a piece dedicated to her late sister, Emma on the TEDx stage. A performance that reached out to those in need of some bravery to reach out themselves.

From the heart-warming advocacy of mental health to the downright silly and ridiculous, Lozís writing has the ability to take you through an emotional and uplifting journey of lifeís truths, giggles and battles.


Save Weekley Hall Wood

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She Has No Idea

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Emma

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Pam's Pants

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Dick Day

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Goodbye, Sweet Boy

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