Braunston Waterways Literary Festival

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Saturday September 14th

The second Braunston Waterways Literary Festival at Braunston Marina, near Daventry, on Saturday 14 September.

Do come and see and hear canal book authors such as

  • celebrities Timothy West and Prunella Scales (from TV with their Great Canal Journeys)
  • Tom Chaplin "Narrow Boats"
  • Tony Lewery ("Off the Mainline")
  • Leo McNeir (Marnie Walker series of canal murder novels)
  • Di Murrell ("Barges and Bread")
  • Dan Clacher (Muddy Waters childrens' books)
  • plus Sister Agatha on her Sunday Times best-seller " A Nun's Story", interviewed by Lord Deben (John Gummer, former Secretary of State).

For further details click here, or contact us at Audlem Mill.

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