*The Living Mountain by Nan Shepherd A beautiful, collectable gift edition of the masterpiece of Scottish nature writing. Introduced by Robert Macfarlane and with an afterword by Jeanette Winterson Nan Shepherd describes her journeys into the Cairngorm mountains of Scotland.
PRELIMINARY NOTICE: A DATE FOR YOUR DIARY JOANNA CANNON ‘Breaking & Mending’ in conversation with David Howard Thursday 28th November, 7.30pm at URC Hall, High Street, Church Stretton, SY6 6BY Tickets £5 from Burway Books Meet Joanna Cannon, author of
It’s halfway through the summer holidays, you’re a little bored? So we thought you’d like to know that three amazing authors will be here in Church Stretton to talk, and read excerpts from their great new novels ‘Lori and Max’,
Burway Books in conjunction with Church Stretton Library present 3 FIREFLY PRESS CHILDREN’S AUTHORS Thursday 15th August and Friday 16th August at Church Stretton Library FREE EVENTS Please reserve your place(s) with CS Library or Burway Books Children under 12
Our new Newsletter 63 is now available in store with information about books, author visits and much more. Here’s a taster:- First published in 1961 Shell Life on the Seashore; revised edition just published includes a handy fold-out guide to
MIKE PARKER – ‘On the Red Hill’ Illustrated Talk Thursday 26th September 7.30pm at URC Hall, High Street, Church Stretton, SY6 6BY Tickets £5 from Burway Books A multi-layered memoir of love, acceptance, finding home and the redemptive power of
BARBARA LAMPLUGH – ‘The Red Gene’ Talk with Readings Wednesday 28th August 7.00 – 8.00pm at Burway Books, Beaumont Rd, Church Stretton, SY6 6BN Tickets FREE (but please reserve your place as space is limited – light refreshments will be
This group meets at Burway Books at 2.30 – 4.00pm on the 4th Thursday of most months. We will be reviewing latest releases as well as classics. Space is limited PLEASE BOOK with Ros if you would like to attend.
Poems and Paintings of Herefordshire and Neighbouring Marches Selected by Jonathan Lumby Following The Warlow Experiment it has been difficult to find an apt follow up. It was by chance a customer ordered ‘Poems and Paintings of Herefordshire and Neighbouring
We’ve survived the hottest day; it is such bliss to be cooler today, all be it a little soggy. Driving into work the Stretton Hills looked silvery green with dew – magical.