Please note: Tickets for this event will be charged at £25 per person or £200 for a full table of 10. An invoice will be sent to you after completion of booking.
We would be delighted if you could join us at our book and brunch event in support of our charity of the year, Dragonfly Cancer Trust.
Get together with friends, family and colleagues and enjoy a glass of fizz on arrival followed by brunch and book readings at this unique North East event.
Come along and meet some of the region’s authors who will be talking about their journey to becoming a published author including the disappointments, the sacrifices, the joy and the success. In addition, there will be book readings and the opportunity to ask the authors questions.
Brunch will be served in the Chapter House (featured in Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets as Professor McGonagall’s classroom) in the stunning Durham Cathedral.
If you are a member of a book club, a library or simply enjoy reading books, this event should not be missed!
We hope you can join us!
Wednesday 9th October 2019
Chapter House, Durham Cathedral.
10:30 am – 2:30 pm
Tickets cost £25 per person or Just £200 for a full table of 10.
There is the choice to take a guided tour of the Cathedral immediately after the event for an extra £5 payable to the Cathedral on the day. Please state your interest when booking.
We hope you can join us!
Once you have registered for the event you will be sent a booking form for you to complete and return back to us and also details of how to pay.
Please contact Caroline for any further information about the event via email or phone on 01642 873722.
This event is kindly supported by Northumbrian Water.Click here to book
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