Book Launch - Crackington Haven. A Century of Change The Memoirs of Alfred Thomas Tilley






Alfred Tilley will be present and will be happy to meet anyone who would like to come along. He is 99 years counting down to 100!

Monday 5th September 3pm
Coombe Barton Inn
Crackington Haven
Nr Bude
North Cornwall. EX23

The book will be available at the launch. Also at local shops and book stores as from September the 5th.

 

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