Booking for our sixth festival is now open. We’re really excited by this year’s programme and hope you will be too. Every year some events sell out, especially the workshops, so don’t delay in making your selections. We hope you’ll find the website easy to understand but if there’s anything that confuses you or if you prefer not to make online purchases, you can contact our box office on 07787 944935 or email@example.com.
Once you’ve booked your tickets, we’d love it if you spread the word by telling your friends about the events you’re coming to via social media. Our Twitter and Instagram handle is @ncornbookfest and we have a lively Facebook page.
And if you like what you see but can’t join us this autumn, do please join our mailing list, if you haven’t already, so as not to miss out in years to come.
The fifth North Cornwall Book Festival was a deep and utter glory and we invite you to enjoy its highlights by visiting our podcast page and viewing both the drawings made there by students from Falmouth University’s Drawing MA course and the evocative photographs taken by Julia Powney and Dan Hall. You can also gain a good feel of the atmosphere by visiting our Facebook page.
Like every festival, we rely heavily on volunteer person-power for everything from putting up posters or helping direct traffic to checking tickets and looking after authors. We’re especially interested to hear from volunteers who would be available for two of three days before the festival and from volunteers with special skill sets to offer throughout the year, like social media or IT. If you’d like to become involved please use our contact page to let us know.
Every year we’re proud to host the presentation of the Charles Causley Young People’s Poetry Prizes. It’s time for all Cornwall-based children and teenagers to write their entries now! You can download details and entry forms by clicking here.