Carlisle literary festival was 'most successful' yet



A popular literary festival was a hit in its third year, with about 3,000 ticket sales.
Borderlines Carlisle Book Festival came to an end this weekend after 11 days of events, and organisers say it was their most successful year yet.
The festival, which is a mixture of talks by established authors and workshops for aspiring authors and those with an interest in writing, featured more than 40 events in total. About four or five took place at any one time, meaning festival-goers were spoiled for choice.
Barrie Day, a member of the festival committee, said: "It's been very impressive. I... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 31
Source: News & Star
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