Wednesday, 30 September 2015

A Real Page Turner

River Clyde

    Surrounded by woodland and overlooking the River Clyde, is the sleepy 18th century, a former cotton spinning village of New Lanark.

    This World Heritage site receives visitors from all over the world and over the next four days it is planning to cater for those of us who are book lovers.

The Village of New Lanark

    The public will be able to go along to meet and listen to a host of featured Scottish authors, in New Lanark's first-ever book festival and will take place in the, Institution for the Formation of Character building.

    I went there last week and I can't think of a more picturesque setting to sit back and get to know our home-grown writers, read a book, sample Scottish food and drink. Similar to a stimulating and engaging book, New Lanark is a real page turner.   #NLBookFest

The Institution for the Formation of Character

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