PILTON pupils have been getting poetic thanks to the visit of a top Brighton bard. Accomplished performance poet Justin Coe s spoken word cabaret show, Don t Feed the Poets, has long been at the forefront of Brighton s live literature scene. Last week, he

PILTON pupils have been getting poetic thanks to the visit of a top Brighton bard.Accomplished performance poet Justin Coe's spoken word cabaret show, Don't Feed the Poets, has long been at the forefront of Brighton's live literature scene. Last week, he engaged Year 10 students at Pilton with his enthusiastic and lively mixture of poetry and drama.The poet, who is currently touring schools as part of a European City of Culture Friendship Project, stayed in Barnstaple for a second day to share his childhood experiences of dyslexia with younger children from Pilton Bluecoats, Bratton Fleming and Fremington Primary Schools."He really took his young audiences on a roller coaster ride with his vibrant, energetic and passionate delivery of his poetry," said school spokesperson Lyn Friend."He was a resounding success and we are already planning his next visit.