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How do I join Townhouse?

Joining our Townhouse community is easy and free. Just follow these steps...

  • Go to community.jerichowriters.com (this will open in a new window so you can continue to follow this guide) – this is a different platform to our main Jericho Writers website so you will need a separate log in to the one you use to access the festival. 
  • Click on ‘Join us’.


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  • Complete the information on the Sign up page making sure you correctly type your email address and choose a password that is easy for you to remember but not easy for anyone else to guess. On this page you can also see the Terms of Service and the Privacy Policy.


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  • Click ‘Submit’.
  • Check your email now for a ‘confirmation letter’ and click on the link provided. 



  • You can now edit your profile by clicking on the name in the top right corner of the community. 


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  • Choose ‘Profile’ and then you can click ‘Edit Cover’ to upload a photo to the top of your profile page, and ‘Edit Profile’ to add a photo of yourself and a description so other community members can get to know you. 


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  • When you’re happy with your profile, don’t forget to visit the Groups page and join the Summer Festival of Writing group
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