Felixs­towe Book Fes­ti­val launch

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Felixs­towe launched its fifth book fes­ti­val with an evening of story telling by Mar­tin Newell, who read his epic po­ems on the Green Chil­dren of Wool­pit, and Black Shuck, set to orig­i­nal mu­sic by the in­no­va­tive Hosepipe Band. There was danc­ing and an op­por­tu­nity to stock up on books by visit­ing authors, be­fore a full week­end of talks by writ­ers and work­shops at the Or­well Ho­tel. www.fe­lixs­towe­book­fes­ti­val.co.uk. Read the win­ning short story on page 72.

Felixs­towe Book Fes­ti­val launch at The Or­well Ho­tel, Felixs­towe

Mar­tin Newell and the Hosepipe Band en­ter­tain

Authors Mandy Mor­ton (left) and Ni­cola Up­son

Richard Mof­fat of Poor Richards Books with fes­ti­val di­rec­tor Meg Reid

L-r, Adrian Hine, Ruth Dug­dall, An­drew and Eden Dug­dall-Mar­shall

Ja­son Weller, Roger Ab­bott, Mike Kent and Colin Low

L-R, Carol Suther­land, Sue Ge­orge and Wendy Rain­bow

L-R, Carol Lock­ett, Paul Stevens, Chris Smithers and Krystyna Smithers, of spon­sors Jacka­mans

The book fes­ti­val team

L-R, Felixs­towe may­oress Judy Bar­ber, Meg Reid and mayor Nick Bar­ber

L-R, Ruth Dug­dall, Jayne Lindill and Nigel An­drews

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