Poetry and music from Upper Coquetdale
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James Tait grew up listening to his hill-
James is also a qualified teacher. In recent years, he has been employed seasonally by the Rothbury Music Festival committee and the Northumbrian Language Society, to enter schools and work with children to produce dialect poems for the Rothbury Music Festival and Morpeth Northumbrian Gathering competitions respectively. In 2013, this was picked up on by Countryfile, who came to Barrowburn farm to interview James and his Dad.
James currently works as a self-
A selection of James’ poetry has been published in this book, Coquet Ramblings. In all, the book contains thirty-
Listen to James reading some of his poems on the “Somethin in the Watta” CD by clicking here.