Well done Church Stretton Library Support Group, The Silvester Horne Institute was packed to hear Stretton Players reading of two Bert Coules adaptations for radio of the Sherlock Holmes stories, The Dancing Men and The Blue Carbuncle. Stretton Players excelled.
Church Stretton is in the clouds Ten Poems About Clouds – Candlestick Press Rainbow In The Cloud by Maya Angelou – Virago Touching Cloudbase: A Complete Guide to Paragliding by Ian Currer
Well done Church Stretton Library Support Group, the URC hall was packed to hear Bert Coules. Bert entertained us all to a wonderful insight into radio drama, how it is produced and directed with lovely anecdotes about the players. Hazel
Date for your diary! Bookshop Day will take place on Saturday 7 October 2017. We’re having a party. Just call in and enjoy the day, browsing essential
Here are our TOP 20 best sellers of 2017 up to 20th September Our Top 20 best selling titles of 2017 include many local titles as well as maps and some popular international titles: Ordnance Survey Explorer 217 Map: Long
Burway Books opened its doors to book lovers on September 20th 1974 by a shy twenty year old who loved books. We’re celebrating that day on Wednesday 20th September, do pop in for a browse, a warm cwtch welcome will
‘A Year in Shropshire’ Wednesday 4th October, 11.00am – 1.00pm, at Burway Books, Church Stretton Meet two of Shropshire’s finest photographers, father and son Mike and John Hayward, who have collaborated to showcase the county they love in over 160
Church Stretton School Theatre event on Wednesday 13th September John le Carré’s performance was immaculate and his discussion with Jon Snow was immaculate as you’d expect from ‘George Smiley’ the Royal Festival Hall audience were enthralled, as were the audience
Our ‘Book of the Week’ features a recent publication that one or more of our booksellers has enjoyed reading. We hope you will enjoy it too. ‘The History of Bees’ by Maja Lunde A literary debut following three generations of
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05fyjmx If you haven’t heard the Roald Dahl recording on Radio 2 this morning. It was an amazing little interview that he did with his Great niece Emma Pearl in the early eighties whilst he was working on The Witches.