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Mon 30th May 2016
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Venue: Hay-on-Wye, Hereford

Daniel Hannan MEP will be appearing at the HowTheLightGetsIn  "A World Without Borders Debate" at Hay Festival on May 30th at 12.00pm. 

Address: Globe Hall, Hay Festival, Hay-on-Wye, Hereford, Powys, HR3

Tue 31st May 2016
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Venue: Hammersmith Town Hall, Hammersmith and Fulham

Daniel Hannan MEP wil be appearing at the Hammersmith Vote Leave Rally on May 31st at 7.00pm.

Address: Assembly Hall, Hammersmith Town Hall, W6 9JU 

Fri 10th Jun 2016
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Venue: Derby Book Festival

James Naughtie will be at The Derby Literary Festival on the 10th July. James will be talking about his second novel, Paris Spring. Set in Paris in 1968, when the city was awash with revolutionaries and spies, the prequel to The Madness of July follows Will Flemyng on his first tumultuous and dangerous adventure. 

Thu 16th Jun 2016 to Sun 19th Jun 2016
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Venue: Harmony House, Melrose, Scotland

James Naughtie will be at The Borders Book Festival between the 16th and the 19th July. James will be talking about his second novel, Paris Spring. Set in Paris in 1968, when the city was awash with revolutionaries and spies, the prequel to The Madness of July follows Will Flemyng on his first tumultuous and dangerous adventure. 

Fri 17th Jun 2016
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Venue: Somerset
Newly published author Elen Tompkins will be signing copies of her new book, Silver Wheel: The Lost Teachings of the Deerskin Book on Friday 17th June from 3.00pm onwards. 
 
In the evening, there will be a Blessing Ceremony to be held from 6.30pm--- places for the ceremony will be limited, so please contact Wren on 01458 833 733 to confirm a place. 
 
Silver Wheel  is an exquisite mandala of wisdom teachings from the Elven realms of Lemuria, that declares the Golden Dawn of a New Earth. It announces the return of the Shining Ones, and guides us into their ancient knowledge, their harmony with the earth and stars.
 
Address: Lady of the Silver Wheel, 13 Market Place, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6 966
 
Tue 28th Jun 2016 to Wed 29th Jun 2016
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Venue: Chalke Valley History Festival, Salisbury
Alex Larman will be appearing at the Chalke Valley History festival on 28th June at 8.45pm and on Wednesday 29th June in the morning for the schools programme. 
 
By looking at the year 1666 through the eyes of the people of the time, Alexander Larman will paint a fascinating portrait of a country in the throes of social, political and cultural change following the joyless years of the Protectorate. By revealing what they ate and drank, how they loved, lived and died, he explores every level of society in Restoration England.
 
Address: 1 The Stables Chalk Pyt Farm, Salisbury SP5 5ET
 
Thu 30th Jun 2016
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Venue: Althorp Literary Festival
Henrietta Knight will be appearing at the Althorp Literary Festival on Thrusday 30th June at 7.00pm. 
 
This is the rollercoaster story of a great love, between racehorse trainer Henrietta Knight and her husband, Terry Biddlecombe, a hell-raising ex-champion jockey, with two failed marriages and a history of alcoholism behind him. Hen and Terry  were called the odd couple because of their different backgrounds and lifestyles, but their love for each other was to produce one of the most endearing modern day racing romances. Here, in Hen’s own moving, humorous, courageous words, is their story, told in full for the very first time.
 
Address: Althorp Estate, Northampton NN7 4HQ
 
Thu 30th Jun 2016
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Venue: Althorp Literary Festival

James Naughtie will be at the Althorp Literary Festival on Thursday 30th June at 4.00pm.

James will be talking about his second novel, Paris Spring. Set in Paris in 1968, when the city was awash with revolutionaries and spies, the prequel to The Madness of July follows Will Flemyng on his first tumultuous and dangerous adventure. 

Address: Athorp Estate, Northampton NN7 4HQ

Thu 30th Jun 2016
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Venue: The Althorp Literary Festival

Suzannah Lipscomb will be appearing at the Althorp Literary Festival, discussing her latest novel The King is Dead. Suzannah is a historian and TV presenter, and a Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History at the New College of the Humanities. She is the author of 1536: The Year That Changed Henry VIII, and A Visitor's Companion to Tudor England.

Fri 1st Jul 2016 to Sat 2nd Jul 2016
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Venue: Chalke Valley History Festival, Salisbury
Andrew Roberts will be appearing at the Chalke Valley History Festival on Friday 1st July at 5.00pm and Saturday 2nd July at 11.30am.
 
Joy Hunter was one of Winston Churchill’s secretaries during the Second World War, from the lead-up to D-Day, at the Potsdam Conference and right through to the end of the war, while Celia Sandys is Churchill’s granddaughter. In this special event they will discuss their memories with Andrew Roberts, and what it was like to work and travel with the great man.
 
Address: 1 The Stables Chalk Pyt Farm, Salisbury SP5 5ET

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