Local author and storyteller Chip Colquhoun set for Burrows Bookshop visit

PUBLISHED: 09:58 11 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:58 11 October 2017

Local author and storyteller Chip Colquhoun set for Burrows Bookshop visit

Local author and storyteller Chip Colquhoun set for Burrows Bookshop visit


Local author and storyteller Chip Colquhoun will be at Burrows Bookshop, Ely High Street Passage, from 11.30am on Saturday October 14.

He will be signing copies of his books ‘Who Made England’ and ‘The First King of England (in a dress!)’.

There’ll be storytelling and face-painting as well as a chance to meet the author himself.

For more information call Burrows Bookshop on 01353 669759.


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