2022 Track Record Poetry
We've teamed up with the Betjeman Poetry Prize again for a forth year of Track Record, a community project in Camden which aims to give students in local schools the chance to take part in a series of poetry workshops to capture their imagination and creativity.
London-based poet Paul Lyalls – star of the BBC’s Let’s Write Poetry: The Big Slam – visited Torriano and Argyle primary schools to hold poetry writing workshops with Year 5 children.
On Wednesday 13th July, a handful of talented young poets will visit St. Pancras to read out their poems, some of will be displayed on the station's iconic Grand Terrace. You can find all of the published poems in the downloadable eBook at the bottom of this page.
English poet Sir John Betjeman ran a famous campaign in the 1960's to save St. Pancras from demolition. Since the station's renovation in 2007, St. Pancras International and HS1 (the station's owners) have continued to support the arts and poetry through a number of initiatives, you can find out more about the station's connection to arts and music here.