Date(s) - 22/07/2017
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The John Moore Museum
Gloucestershire writer, John Moore (1907-1967), fictionalised his beloved Tewkesbury as the town of Elmbury and this setting is fundamental to some of his best loved books. Join us for a relaxing afternoon stroll around the historic centre of medieval Tewkesbury to explore the sites which inspired the town’s most famous literary son.
Tickets – Available in advance from the Museum
Adults: £6.00 – Concessions £4.50 – Children £2 (includes admission to the John Moore Museum, the Old Baptist Chapel & refreshments)
Not suitable for people with mobility issues (please enquire if you are not sure)
Illustration by Kathryn Ralls