Sat, 11 Mar|
The Grosvenor Assembly Room
Reading the Land with Nicola Chester
Nicola Chester will talk on place, protest and belonging. Her book On Gallows Down won the Richard Jefferies Prize and was Highly Commended for the Wainwright Prize last year. This is a special event for 2023, when Shaftesbury's Reading the Land book festival is taking a gap year. Tickets £10
Time & Location
11 Mar, 18:00 – 20:00
The Grosvenor Assembly Room, The Grosvenor Hotel, High St, The Commons, Shaftesbury SP7 8JA, UK
About the Event
Opportunities to book tickets will be on the website shortly.
Sue Clifford writes: Nicola has been writing about nature - as an act of joy, connection and a resistance to its loss - for almost twenty years. She is the RSPB's longest running female columnist, a Guardian Country Diarist and writes for Countryfile Magazine, as well as working as a School Librarian in a rural Secondary School. She lives with her family in a tenanted farm workers cottage in the North Wessex Downs.