‘What want we? have we not perpetual streams,
Warm woods, and sunny hills, and fresh green fields,
And mountains not less green, and flocks and herds,
And thickets full of songsters, and the voice
Of lordly birds, an unexpected sound
Heard now and then from morn to latest eve,
Admonishing the man who walks below
Of solitude and silence in the sky?
These have we, and a thousand nooks of earth
Have also these, but nowhere else is found,
Nowhere (or is it fancy?) can be found
The one sensation that is here;’

– William Wordsworth, Home at Grasmere

Reimagining Wordsworth will create new ways of enjoying Wordsworth's poetry, in the place where it was inspired and largely written.
Michael McGregor, Director, Wordworth Trust -