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Byron Writers Festival’s 2021 membership drive will run throughout the month of February, with prizes from some of the region’s most-loved businesses.

The festival’s annual drive is a key fundraising activity for the not-for-profit organisation, which hosts year-round events including the annual Festival in August.

Festival family

Festival director Edwina Johnson says, ‘After a year like no other, the support of our “festival family” has never been more important or more appreciated.

‘If you are passionate about supporting the creative arts in regional Australia we invite you to join as a member – it’s a wonderful community to be a part of.

‘Byron Writers Festival members have access to a variety of services and benefits throughout the year, including discounted tickets to the annual Festival.

Generous prizes

‘The membership drive runs until 28 February, and includes generous prizes from local businesses, The Book Room Collective, Brookfarm, Byron Farmers Market, Earth Bottles, Honey Hunt, Jenn Johnston Ceramics, Mingalaba, Of The Sun, Saltys Byron Bay, Seed & Sprout, Stone & Wood and Zentveld’s coffee. Not to mention a major prize including passes to the 2021 Byron Writers Festival this August 6 to 8.

To become a member, or to find out more, head to Byron Writers Festival.


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