What? The inaugural literary festival for the county of Worcestershire.
Worcestershire Literary Festival will include workshops,
poetry readings, seminars and book stalls involving the whole local
community as much as possible and hopefully celebrity appearances.
Who? Amy Thompson, Terry Wardle, David Loyn, Charlie Willaims, John Cooper Clarke
Programme (early version) check official site for updates
Where? The City of Worcester and other towns in Worcestershire
When? 17th-27th June 2011
How much? The organisers are hoping that most events will be free entry
Festival Website? www.worcslitfest.com
Telephone ? 0845 652 0621 or 01905 24435
Previous festivals: This is the first ever Worcestershire Literary Festival although some committee members have experience of working on other festivals
Festival Commitee? The Festival Committee includes Lisa Ventura (Festival Director), Glenn James (Deputy Director and Press Officer), Angela James (Deputy Director and Finance), Owen Fleet (Events and Administrator), Martin Driscoll (Advertising and Design), Liz Hayden-Jones (Marketing), Lesley Hines (Fundraising), Jason Snow (Sponsorship), Lauren Rogers (Social Media and Digital), Sarah Tamar (Workshops Coordinator)
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