Coal in the Blood: An East Midlands Coal Mining Anthology, a morning of poetry and short stories of local coalmining folklore.  

 

About the Event: Local writer and poet, Kath Bartholomew and local historian, David Amos, present a morning of poetry and short stories of local coal mining folklore from the 2021 publication,  ‘Coal in the Blood: An East Midlands Coal Mining Anthology’, co-edited by Natalie Braber and David Amos, published by Trent Editions.

 

Venue: The Tin Hat Centre, Matthew Holland Complex, Chapel Road, Selston, Nottinghamshire. NG16 6BW

 

Date: Wednesday, 13th April 2022 (11.00am – 12 Noon).

 

Cost: Free event with free light refreshment afterwards.

 

Public Transport: Trent Barton Rainbow 1 (Nottingham – Alfreton) service passed close to the Tin Hat Centre. Hourly service.

 

Further Details: From the Tin Hat Centre on (01773) 864510 or by e-mail to staff@tinhat.org.uk   Sales of the book, Coal in the Blood: An East Midlands Coalmining Anthology, can be brought at the event – £10.

 

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