MALPAS FIELD CLUB - talk on 'A Writer's Shropshire'.

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The next meeting of Malpas Field Club will be on Wednesday 11th March at Malpas High Street Church SY14 8PR (7.45 pm) when Gordon Dickins, who spoke to the Club last year on 'Shropshire Seasons', will give an illustrated talk on 'A Writer's Shropshire'.

Shropshire-born Gordon has published 'An Illustrated Literary Guide to Shropshire' and several photographic books on the county.

With selected readings and photographs of locations which have inspired or been linked with writers, his talk will look at the Shropshire authors Mary Webb, Wilfred Owen and A E Housman, as well as other major authors such as Charles Dickens, E M Forster and D H Lawrence.

For further information about the Field Club or to be sent a copy of the current programme, by post or email,

please contact secretary David Hayns: Tel: 01948 860486

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