Alan Titchmarsh turns over new leaf in Tonbridge

BRANCHING OUT: Alan Titchmarsh has written more than 50 books

Alan Titchmarsh turns over new leaf in Tonbridge

by Andy Tong | 27th September 2018

ALAN TITCHMARSH will be paying a visit to the town’s library on Monday [October 1] from 7pm to give a talk and sign his latest book.

The TV personality has presented several shows including Gardeners’ World and Ground Force as well as having his own chat show.

He has also written more than 40 books about gardening, eight bestselling novels and three volumes of his memoirs.

His latest book is a love story set in London and occupied Paris during World War II.

A young woman leaves her home in Devon to enter the society whirl of the capital; after the outbreak of war, she joins the Resistance and encounters a dangerous conflict of interest.

Tickets to the event cost £8, including refreshments, and can be purchased at the library – booking is essential.

For further information contact Tonbridge Library on 03000 413131 or e-mail tonbridgelibrary@kent.gov.uk

Any questions? comes to St Stephen’s

The popular BBC Radio 4 current affairs programme Any Questions? hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby is being broadcast live from St Stephen’s Church on Friday, November 2 from 6.30-9pm. The free event is booked out but more tickets may be available nearer the date. Visit ststephens.org.uk

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