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Fowey Festival presents Dr Helen Taylor – <em>Why Women Read Fiction: The Story of Our Lives</em>
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Fowey Festival presents Dr Helen Taylor – <em>Why Women Read Fiction: The Story of Our Lives</em>Fowey Festival presents Dr Helen Taylor – Why Women Read Fiction: The Story of Our Lives
Fowey Festival presents Dr Helen Taylor – <em>Why Women Read Fiction: The Story of Our Lives</em>
5th March 2021: Fowey Festival presents Dr Helen Taylor – Why Women Read Fiction: The Story of Our Lives, on Thursday 25th March 2021, 7.30pm – 8.30pm. This is the second of their Zoom Online Events and follows the success of Dr Helen Doe’s Zoom talk in February.... More >>
Fowey Festival presents Dr Helen Taylor – <em>Why Women Read Fiction: The Story of Our Lives</em>
Fowey Festival Short Story Competition for 2021 – closing date 7th March
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Fowey Festival Short Story Competition for 2021 – closing date 7th MarchFowey Festival Short Story Competition for 2021 – closing date 7th March
Fowey Festival Short Story Competition for 2021 – closing date 7th March
1st March 2021: A reminder to all those taking part in the Fowey Festival Short Story Competition 2021. The closing date is 7th March, so you need to hurry in order to get your entries in on time. The theme for this year’s competition is “Breaking Point”, based on Daphne du Maurier’s short story collection The Breaking Point. Whatever the competition title conjures up for you, be it a humorous tale or one of a serious nature, the Fowey Festival would love to read your story! Entries are to be no more than 1,500 words. ... More >>
Fowey Festival Short Story Competition for 2021 – closing date 7th March
Fowey Festival 2021 will not take place, but there is some good news
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Fowey Festival 2021 will not take place, but there is some good newsFowey Festival 2021 will not take place, but there is some good news
Fowey Festival 2021 will not take place, but there is some good news
24th February 2021: Following the Prime Minister's latest announcement regarding social distancing restrictions and public gatherings, the board of trustees of the Fowey Festival have confirmed that they will not be holding the 2021 Festival, scheduled for May 8th -15th. The good news is, in 2022, the Festival will take place on May 6th – 14th. The team are committed to delivering a Festival to remember, so please add the dates to your diary. ... More >>
Fowey Festival 2021 will not take place, but there is some good news
Fowey Festival presents its 2021 series of online talks
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Fowey Festival presents its 2021 series of online talksFowey Festival presents its 2021 series of online talks
Fowey Festival presents its 2021 series of online talks
1st February 2021: On Wednesday 10th February at 7.30pm, Helen Doe, maritime historian, author, and popular speaker at many of our festivals will be opening the 2021 series with her talk - ISAMBARD BRUNEL AND THE SS GREAT BRITAIN MUSEUM... More >>
Fowey Festival presents its 2021 series of online talks
The Awards for Young Writers and Artists 2021 competition launches today – 11th January 2021
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The Awards for Young Writers and Artists 2021 competition launches today – 11th January 2021 The Awards for Young Writers and Artists 2021 competition launches today – 11th January 2021
The Awards for Young Writers and Artists 2021 competition launches today – 11th January 2021
11th January 2021: The Awards for Young Writers and Artists 2021 competition is launched today and this year's theme is STEPPING THROUGH A DOOR. Fowey Festival invites children and young people to create their own original story, poem, or picture and enter their competition to become the Fowey Festival Young Writer or Young Artist of the Year, 2021.... More >>
The Awards for Young Writers and Artists 2021 competition launches today – 11th January 2021
Happy New Year to all Daphne du Maurier enthusiasts everywhere
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Happy New Year to all Daphne du Maurier enthusiasts everywhereHappy New Year to all Daphne du Maurier enthusiasts everywhere
Happy New Year to all Daphne du Maurier enthusiasts everywhere
1st January 2021: The Daphne du Maurier website wish you all a Happy New Year. As you will see on our website Home Page there is plenty to celebrate and lots of reading to be done in the coming year, with seven of Daphne du Maurier's books and two of Angela du Maurier's celebrating an anniversary this year... More >>
Happy New Year to all Daphne du Maurier enthusiasts everywhere

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