Talks, Walks and Readings

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On the back of twenty years of delivering lectures and illustrated talks, I am available as a presenter and public speaker on various, related topics, including (but not limited to):

Please contact me for more details or to discuss making a booking.



Please join me for book-signings and talks/readings at the following venues (follow links for details/tickets):

Readings & Signing Ewyas Harold Festival of Arts - Bank Holiday Monday 29 May 2017, 1-4pm, Memorial Hall

Herefordshire Local History, Bromyard History Society - Wednesday 11 October 2017, 7.30pm, Conquest Theatre

A Snapshot in Time, Garway Heritage Group, Tuesday 17 October 2017, 7.30pm, Garway Village Hall

And then there's...

Proud to support this year's Herefordshire Libraries Book Festival, giving THREE LBoH talks:

  • Peterchurch Library, St Peter's Church, HR2 0RS - Wednesday 12 April 7pm - 8.30pm
  • Kington Library, Bridge Street HR5 3DJ - Tuesday 2 May 7pm – 8.30pm  
  • Hereford Library, Broad Street HR4 9AU (due to reopen January 2017)  - Tuesday 9 May 7pm – 8.30pm 
The festival runs from April – June across the county and is a celebration of all things related to books, libraries and reading.  Join over 4,000 people who took part in 2016. The theme for this year is LOCAL HISTORY.


Not only, but...


Crime and Insanity in Victorian Britain - talking to Dilwyn Cedar Group, Hereford 3 Probus and others about Mad or Bad, the book and the wider subject.


Finally, huge thanks to the following people...

Christine at Hopes of Longtown, Longtown, Herefordshire HR2 0LT for the signing event on 4th February 2017. Two books - The Little Book of Herefordshire and Mad or Bad - on sale there!

© Herefordshire Council
A big thank you too to Rhys Griffith and team at Herefordshire Archive and Records Centre, Rotherwas who helped make today a success. A healthy number of people, who all bought a book (at least one!) and who gave as good as they got with suggestions and feedback. All in the superb Learning/Education Room in this first class resource.

An invited sixty-plus people (number, not age!) at the EatSleepLive Herefordshire forum, Brooks Country House (Pengethley Manor). Fabulous reaction.

Great feedback and discussion from the talk at Trumpet Corner. Always satisfying when when 100% of the audience buy at least one copy of the book. Thank you, all...

  Thank you Rotary Club of Hereford Wye Valley for a fabulous evening...and great response to the talk. (Not to mention the book sales!) 

You get to meet such lovely people who share your passion for things...This attentive audience at Leintwardine History Society listen intently to my talk on local Herefordshire history and culture...

The very first Little Book of Herefordshire talk took place to an enthusiastic audience in Hampton Bishop back in July. If your group would like me to reveal some Herefordshire nuggets - and/or describe what went into making the book - please drop me a line.



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