Sunday 27th September

Festival Service
Sunday, 27 September, 11am, United Reformed Church
Everybody is welcome at this special Festival service led by the URC’s former minister, the Reverend Robin Hine.

Books and Boots
Sunday, 27 September, 11 – 12pm, Havant Library
Story and craft session for four to seven year olds.
Please apply direct to Havant Library for your free ticket.  

William Blake in the Garden of Love
Sunday, 27 September, 2pm, Nineveh
An illustrated talk by WEA tutor Cathy Baker on Blake, marriage and his challenge to conventional sexual morality in the 18th century.
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Tickets: £3
Box Office: 023 9247 2700 /

More than Words – Exhibition
Sunday, 27 September, 2.30 – 4.30pm, Emsworth Museum
A wander through the world of Pop-up and Illustrated Books. This exhibition, from the personal collection of Carol Waldron, provides a colourful insight into the added dimension that illustrations and pop-ups can bring to the printed page and includes reference works on the history of pop-ups. Sponsored by Bookends.
Admission is free – donations are welcome

Arthur Conan Doyle’s Greatest Mystery
Sunday, 27 September, 5pm, Nineveh
Russell Miller, author of The Adventures of Arthur Conan Doyle, examines the mystery of how a man like Conan Doyle became involved in the controversial subject of spiritualism.
Tickets: £4
Box Office: 023 9247 2700 /
Books available for sale and signing