Based in Cumbria, Words by Woodslea sits at the gateway to the north. But with clients ranging from the Lake District and Lancashire to the home counties and the nation’s capital, location holds no limitations for us. Inspiring countless writers with its beauty…Wordsworth, Wainwright and now Words by Woodslea; we delight in bringing a touch of poetry into each bespoke piece of copy we create.
Blogging is a great way for any business to build up a rapport with their client base and drum up new custom. Regular, topical updates will help you retain and win business. See our fully-inclusive blog packages.
Looking for something lengthier than a blog? For a more formal and journalistic tone to your content, consider showcasing your expertise with an independently researched and thought-provoking article.
Homes are so much more than bricks and mortar. In a highly competitive market, you need to sell the lifestyle. Weave poetry into your descriptions. Showcase the lifestyle that comes as part and parcel of the property.
Keen for a set of qualified eyes to pore over your content? Let us share expertise. We can provide a purely grammatical proofreading service, or an in-depth reflection on your work, based around a tailored brief.
In a fast-paced era, letter writing remains the most personal expression of thought. Whatever your purpose, whomever your audience, we will carefully construct the correct communication for your business.
Personalised content doesn’t get more bespoke than this. You choose the topic, we create the questions and capture the detail.
"I love reading your copy, you give a property a heartbeat! You engage the reader and put them in your shoes walking through the accommodation."
"Oh bloody hell you're good - it makes me want to shop there!"
"Sarah has been a breath of fresh air to work with. Her level of professionalism, skill and responsiveness have made all the difference to my company. I could not recommend her work more highly."
"Highly recommended; friendly service and very professional."
9 September 2021
Every sense hints at change; leaves tinged with yellow, the first smoky scents of coal fires wafting in the air, dewy cobwebs shawling the garden path. September is the month of firsts…the first time you […]
10 July 2021
Well, the truth is, it’s a tricky question to answer. A quick Google will provide you with a plethora of wannabe Shakespeares, quill in hand and raring to write for remuneration. Cost, and quality, can […]
22 June 2021
The trouble with English Here’s the thing about the English language: it’s a minefield. And it rarely makes sense. Think about it…dough, rough, though and through don’t rhyme even though they look like they should. […]
30 April 2021
‘Should’, or ‘need to’? I deliberated over which expression to use in this title for a while. Both convey the same information, but the semantics working behind the scenes change the whole tone and approach […]