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Richmond Walking & Book Festival
Saturday Sept 24th to Sunday Oct 2nd, 2016
As well as a choice of Walks each day and Free Local Writer events,
tickets are now on sale from Castle Hill Bookshop and www.booksandboots.org
Saturday September 24th Egyptologist, Prof Joann Fletcher, 'Ancient Egypt: New Discoveries', Richmond School, 7.30pm, £8
Sunday September 25th Irene Lofthouse, Writing Workshop, Jacalou Junction, 2.00pm, £5
David Joy, 'Men of Lead – Swaledale & its Miners', The Station, 7.30pm, £6
Monday September 26th Historian, Juliet Barker, 'Celebrating Charlotte Brontë', Richmond School, 7.30pm, £8
Tuesday September 27th Little Toller Publishers, 'The Art of Re-Publishing Nature Classics', Richmond Cricket Club, 7.30pm, £6
Wednesday Sept. 28th Reading Group Event with author, Frances Brody - 'A Death in the Dales', Richmond Library, 7.30pm, £10 which includes a copy of the book
Thursday September 29th Poetry Open Mic, Cricket Club, 7.30pm, £3
Friday September 30th John Bevis: 'The Keartons: Inventing Nature Photography', Cricket Club, 7.30pm, £6
Sat. October 1st Sarah Meyrick & Retired Bishop, John Pritchard, ‘One more step along the World’, St Mary’s Church, 7.30pm, £6 with profits being donated to Bell-Appeal
Ian Short, ‘Swaledale: In The Footsteps of Ella Pontefract & Marie Hartley’, Station, 7.30pm, £6
Sunday October 2nd Former MP, Chris Mullin, ‘Hinterland, A Memoir’, Richmond School, 7.30pm, £8
Hope you enjoy the Programme...
Castle Hill Bookshop Events, 2016
Besides the Richmond Walking & Book Festival, we have a FREE Pre-Festival Event with:
reading from, and signing copies of, his new book in his
DCI Banks series:
'When the Music's Over'
Saturday September 17th, 5.00pm
Castle Hill Bookshop, Richmond.
Coast to Coast
Take a look at our website, Coast to Coast. It has been refreshed to reflect the new Accommodation Guide and also you can now purchase various maps and guides on the walk itself.