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Kirstie Pelling's new novel The Happiness Project

Kirstie Pelling's new book is out - The Happiness Project

Kirstie Pelling's second novel, hot off the press: "The Happiness Project"  is now available on Amazon, in paperback and Kindle format. Kirstie's first novel was such a good read that we have no hesitation in recommending this one - why not add it to your Christmas present list, or treat a friend to a copy? 
Warm Welcome Wednesdays at Burton Memorial Hall 2pm - 4pm

Warm Welcome Wednesdays

Starting from Wednesday 9th November the Memorial Hall in the village are hosting Warm Welcome Wednesdays in the Reception Room at the hall. These sessions are open to everyone who wants to pop along and enjoy a cuppa, have a chat, play a game, do a jigsaw, sit and knit, read a book, whatever you want to do...  in comfortable warm surroundings. They are also offering a hot lunch at 1pm, no booking needed. If you'd like to come along and relax please do. You can also bring along your laptop or tablet and access the internet via the hall's free wifi (tech support on site), or charge your tablet or mobile phone up, if you'd like to do so. Also, if you'd like to volunteer to help with making hot drinks and washing up you'll be very welcome!  There is also a jigsaw library if you want to borrow a puzzle to do at home. 

Local author: Kirstie Pelling's debut novel published

Life's a Catastrophe by Kirstie Pelling
We love reading books and finding new authors to talk about, and when it's someone we know from our village it's even better!
So can we introduce you to Kirstie Pelling's new novel, hot off the press: "Life's a Catastrophe".
It's funny, it's romantic, it has cats, and it's a will they... won't they... sort of tale (or should that be tail?!)
Highly recommended debut novel, and we look forward to reading more from Kirstie.
P.S. Villagers with long memories may recall her amusing articles for Burton News too.
"I'm Alan Hubbard, who are you?" book by Alan Hubbard, Burton-based author

Burton author, Alan Hubbard, publishes book

We've known Alan Hubbard for a long time, he's a near neighbour of ours, so when we heard that he has written his life story, "I'm Alan Hubbard, who are you?" we felt he deserves a mention on BurtonWeb News.  The book is a chunky tome: some 337 pages, and is peppered with an assortment of colour and black and white photographs illustrating Alan's life. 

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