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We read a mixture of recent and earlier biographies suggested by group members. These will often be available in paperback or on Kindle. Usually, one member introduces the selected book to start our discussions.
Titles we have read recently include
· Edith Cavell by Diana Souhami
· A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway
· Kiss Myself Goodbye by Ferdinand Mount
Our programme for 2022-23 is as follows:
· October 5th - The Past is Myself by Christabel Bielenberg
· November 2nd - Will She Do? by Eileen Atkins
· December 7th - Spider Woman by Lady Hale
· February 1st - The King’s Painter by Franny Moyle
· April 5th - Katherine Swynford by Alison Weir
· June 7th - Keats by Lucasta Miller
Links to the groups:
Venue: Old Basing Pavilion Room
Date: 1st Wednesday of October, November, December, February, April and June
Time: 10:00 - 12:00