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Fowey Festival of Words and Music

The du Maurier Festival Society is delighted that the Fowey Festival of Words and Music 2014 will be taking place at various locations in and around the beautiful riverside town of Fowey. Taking inspiration from the locality, a new sustainable approach brings its own benefits: affordable tickets, community cohesion, wider choice of refreshments and less reliance on the weather.

The exciting programme includes talks, interviews, creative and practical workshops, exhibitions, presentations, theatre, musical concerts, an Art trail, guidfed walks and river cruises to enjoy, inform, challenge and inspire the imagination

To launch proceedings, the 2014 du Maurier lecture and luncheon will be hosted and delivered by Justine Picardie, author and Harper's Bazaar editor. Following this opening event, a range of interesting sessions will be available throughout the duration including interviews with international best selling authors Lynda La Plante and Ruth Rendell; workshops to get your creative juices flowing and an exclusive Friends and patrons lunch with award winning chef Michael Caines.

If you have always wanted to know how to get your book published, then don't miss the Festival's Question Time session with a panel of experts including a bestselling author, literary agent, publisher and the powerhouses behind the Book Club, Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan. To end what promises to be a wonderful festival, join us for an evening's entertainment with the internationally acclaimed jazz vocalist Tina May

This year we are pleased to announce the launch of the Family Fun Weekend at Trenython Manor. Inspired by nature' the weekend is dedicated to giving familiues and children acess to the wonderful world of literature, arts and the natural environment.

We are extremely grateful to key sponsers Stephens Scown for supporting our vision of a sustainable future, and continue to be thankjful to the University of exeter for their valuable contribution. We also appreciate the generosity of local businesses which enables the Festival to thrive and flourish. And finally, thankyou to Brenad Daly, Festival Co-ordinator, who has brought our vision for a vibrant community based festival to fruition.

 Come and enjoy, have fun and laugh together. Be inspired! The full programme is now available online at www.foweyfestival.com

 
The du Maurier Festival Trustees are a small group of volunteers dedicated to delivering a memorable festival for 2014. If you’d like to get involved by offering support or expertise, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact any trustee for an informal chat. Please see our website www.foweyfestival.com for details

 Accommodation is at a premium during the Festival and we recommend you book early! You can see our accommodation listings here, or call us on 01726 833616 if you would like help in making a booking. We can also help you with train and coach travel arrangements and you should find all the information you need for your visit here.

Photographs courtesy of www.barnacle-and-bird.co.uk.

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