Landmark Nomination Form

 

Nominate: Library

Libraries can often be the unsung heroes of bringing new readers to poetry. We’d like every poetry-active library in Britain to show up on our map, so if you’re a library user or a librarian, please tell us about your local library and its poetry collection and/or activities. Many libraries run events around National Poetry Day; please register these separately under Events.


Enter the name of the Poetry Landmark:

Enter the address of the Landmark:

address:
town:
county:
postcode:
You can add directions if you feel they would help:

The website uses Town, County and Postcode information to sort the Landmarks.  If you don't have a complete postcode for this landmark, but do know the first two characters (eg BN, M1) that is enough for the internal processes


Enter the Landmark's contact details here:

(please note - these details are PUBLIC, and will be displayed by this website. Only enter those details that you want to be made public; any of these fields can be left blank if preferred.)

Contact Name:

Contact Phone Number:

Contact Email:

Contact Website: (don't enter the "http://" part)


Why are you nominating this as a Poetry Landmark of Britain? Enter the details of your Landmark here.

Would you describe the Landmark as child-oriented?


Your Details

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Your name:

Your phone number:

Your e-mail:

Are you willing for us to attribute this Poetry Landmark nomination to you in our promotional literature?

 

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