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David Calcutt’s first poetry collection launches

The last of the light is not the last of the light by David Calcutt Published by Fair Acre Press Book Launch. Waterstones, Birmingham, Thursday 28th June​, 7pm. Hosted by Jonathan Davidson​ supported by readings from: Helen Calcutt, Roz Goddard and Nadia Kingsley ​with music from: Glen Buglass.   Free entry. Food and drink.   “The […]

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Wildlife Photography talk and slideshow, Birmingham, October 19th

Wildlife Photography Talk, and SlideShow by Andrew Fusek Peters Waterstones Birmingham, 24-26 High St – 100 yards from Birmingham New St railway station 19th October 7pm – lasts an hour, plus book signing after £3 – Book through Waterstones Birmingham (0121 6334353) WILDERLAND, WILDLIFE AND WONDER FROM THE SHROPSHIRE BORDERS, (click on this for more […]

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Award-winning Children’s Poetry Book event !

  “Emma’s poems are full of life and laughs, bubbling with music and wisdom and silliness and jokes and cute animals. She’s a great performer of her work and the book is crammed with tips to help the reader become a performer too.” A.F.Harrold – Bloomsbury Children’s Poet and has had his work on BBC […]

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I once knew a poem who wore a hat: News

This article was recently in the Bromsgrove Advertiser     You will be able to see both Emma Purshouse and Catherine Pascall Moore at Waterstones Birmingham 2 to 3pm, Saturday 24th September. I’ll be there too – with the Rubery Award for Poetry – both to present to Emma and Cath – and to get […]

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West Midlands Children’s Poetry book beats adult books to scoop Poetry Category of Rubery Book Awards 2016

Press Release 8 July 2016 – from Fair Acre Press. For further information contact Nadia at fairacrepress@gmail.com I once Knew a Poem Who Wore a Hat –  Poetry by Wolverhampton’s Emma Purshouse –  Pictures by Solihull’s Catherine Pascall Moore –  Published by Oswestry -based Fair Acre Press, and edited by the Shropshire Press’ Nadia Kingsley […]

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Shortlisted in the Rubery Book Awards!

I ONCE KNEW A POEM WHO WORE A HAT has been shortlisted in the Rubery Book Awards! This is what the judges say about: I Once Knew a Poem who Wore a Hat by Emma Purshouse and Catherine Pascall Moore Fair Acre Press is particularly delighted, as there are very few book awards out there […]

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Wilderland review in Amateur Photographer magazine, June 11th issue

Wilderland – Wildlife and Wonder from the Shropshire Borders – Andrew Fusek Peters is reviewed in the June 11th issue of Amateur Photographer magazine About the magazine: Amateur Photographer is the world’s oldest consumer weekly photographic magazine, first published in October 1884. Since then, AP (as it is affectionately known to its readers) has been […]

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Waterstones Birmingham stocks our books!

If you walk a short way from New Street Station in Birmingham to 24-26 High Street – you will find a gorgeous bookshop: Waterstones I was so surprised and delighted by it – no wonder they have over twenty thousand people visiting the shop EVERY week. (This branch opened a year ago) It has six […]

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