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Lit Fest: Family Story Steal Mash-Up with Nicola Chester
Sat 22 October 2016, 10:30 – 13:30 BST
Nicola Chester will be leading a fun ‘story steal mash-up’ for children and their parents. You will search the library, Hungerford Bookshop and antiques in the Arcade to find two or three ingredients to inspire your short story. It could be a book title, picture or a found object. You’ll return to the library after the hunt to ‘mash’ them all together to form a story. Nicola will be on hand to give ideas and advice.
Please bring a pen, a notebook and your imagination. This event begins at Hungerford Library and will last about three hours. Please bring a packed lunch. Advised age: 7 years upwards.
Nicola Chester is an award-winning nature writer. She writes a column for the Newbury Weekly News, and is the author of ‘RSPB Spotlight: Otters’ and contributing author to the anthologies ‘Summer’ & ‘Spring’ in the Changing Seasons anthologies. She runs ‘Wild Writing’ workshops and is the librarian at John O’Gaunt School.