“To the Palace for the Cup!”

This evening, at 7pm,  the sport and ‘make a book’ themes continue with Ian Bevan talking about the history of football at Crystal Palace – how “an affectionate history of football at the Crystal Palace from 1861” – started as an idea  and became a   self-published book on the subject.

On Saturday, July 2, author Alex Milway intoduces friends working in children’s literature – Gary Northfield, Tamsyn Murray, Jim Helmore & Karen Wall, and C T Furlong

Kicking off final BecFest week, on Monday evening at 6:30pm, Writers Unlimited Beckenham Bubble Two celebrates ‘Independence Day’ 4th of July with special guests from published world of art, poetry, performance, and most appropriately – independent self-publishing.

All events are ticketed and can be obtained, with brochure, by calling in person to Beckenham Library, by telephoning the enquiry desk ( number can’t be directly published online) – on poster here.  One click on image and number becomes readable. Or email beckenham.library@bromley.gov.uk

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