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Sunday 5th October 2008

Market Hall Ledbury: 10am
Literary Walk
John Masefield & Ledbury Lore
Pat & Roy Palmer take you around John Masefield's childhood haunts including St. Michael's Churchyard, Dog Wood Hill and along the River Leadon. Extracts from, The Everlasting Mercy & The Widow in the Bye Street. Uneven walking with several stiles. About 3 miles. Walkers take part at their own risk. The organisers cannot be held responsible for accident, injury or loss. Tickets £5 (in advance only - limited numbers)
In association with The Friends of The Dymock Poets.

The Market Theatre Ledbury: 2.30pm
Tim Heath
Lytton Strachey by Himself
'genuinely moving, beautifully orchestrated' - Michael Holroyd
Highly acclaimed, solo, double-bill, shows the bearded doyen of the Bloomsbury Group at his most scintillating. Tickets £10 (unreserved)
In association with The Friends of The Dymock Poets.

The Coach House Theatre, Grange Road, Gt. Malvern: 10am-4pm
Andy Laffan Sculptures - Hammer on Chisel Collection
Contemporary sculpture from nature and the landscape. A collection of directly carved stone and wood sculptures with limited edition casts in resin and bronze. Preview on Thursday 2nd October 7-9pm.

Great Malvern Priory: 10am-4pm
Victoria Smith Exhibition
'Obscurum Per Obscuris'
A series of photographic/digital images on the 11th century pillars in the south nave aisle. Victoria states 'My work is rooted in nature, particularly cycles of decay and regeneration. I explore how we relate to these processes and the methods we employ to understand them'. Free entry. Not available during services & concerts.
In association with the University of Worcester.

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