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Adult & Family Past Events

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25th October 2016
Join us for a great opportunity to tour of the UK printing facility of Ingram Spark, the global distributor of books favoured by many self-published authors for both print-on-demand books and ebooks based in Milton…
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13th September 2016
The Festival of Literature is very pleased to support and promote several of our very talented local authors. We have a very rich and varied group of authors in this area so please come along and find out more about them…
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26th June 2016
Including over twenty of Emma's family recipes and a complete list of every Bridgewater design since 1984, Pattern is a visual and story-filled celebration of this uniquely British brand. …
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27th May 2016
Come and hear writer Alec Connon talk about his new book, The Activist, and discover what inspired him to write it.   It has been predicted that if current fishing trends continue every commercial fishery in the w…
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29th April 2016
Children's literature in England emerges suddenly in the fifteenth century in the form of rhymes, sayings, stories, and practical books especially on good behaviour. Nicholas Orme will explain why this happened, and…
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19th March 2016
Kaye Umansky is a very successful, award winning writer for children, with her books ranging from picture books to novels. Her first novel, Pongwiffy, shot straight onto the bestseller list on publication. Kaye…
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19th March 2016
Join Simon Toyne, writer of thriller fiction, notably the Sanctus Trilogy and Solomon Creed series, who will be in conversation with Sandra Samwell, his former teacher, talking about his career and his books. …
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29th February 2016
Elleke Boehmer is Professor of World Literature in English at the University of Oxford, and a founding figure in the field of postcolonial literature. …
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5th February 2016
In his ground-breaking book The Health Gap, one of the world’s leading doctors and intellectuals, Professor Sir Michael Marmot, reveals the truth that social injustice is killing 200,000 people in the UK every year…
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15th January 2016
Mary Wollstonecraft is famous as the pioneering feminist who wrote A Vindication of the Rights of Women. But she was also an intrepid traveller, journeying to Scandinavia accompanied only by her maid and baby daughter.…
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