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Wolds Words Programme Announced

September 30th 2010


Margaret Dickinson

2006 Festival Patron, Margaret Dickinson

Charlotte Newton

Charlotte Newton, winner of the 2006
Wolds Words Short Story Competition

Wolds Words, the annual literature festival that takes place in and around Louth, Alford and Skegness, will celebrate its 10th year in 2010. This year the festival programme will include events with Nicholas Parsons, former Poet Laureate Andrew Motion, Eric Knoles from the Antiques Roadshow, Archers' actor Charles Collingwood, and fantasy author William Hussey.

There will be a series of children's events in local libraries, including storytelling, film screenings and craft activities.

Visit the Wolds Words website for more details about who will be appearing and how to book tickets for the events.



 


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