Wednesday 7th May, Café 19 at 7.00pm Tickets are £27 which includes 2 courses, coffee and Jeremy’s new novel ‘The Collector of Lost Things’. This is the story of a collector travelling to the Arctic in 1845, trying to find evidence of a bird that became extinct a year before. It’s about obsession, delusion and the environment in an age when the environment was not yet an issue. This is Jeremy’s third novel, but as well as writing novels, he has worked in the UK film and TV industry for nearly twenty years, as a script editor for the BBC, Channel 4 and Film Four, where he was lucky to work on the best of British drama. He has also taught creative writing at the University of East Anglia on their MA course and undergraduate courses and as a residential writing Fellow. We are delighted to welcome Jeremy to Frinton! Please see Events page for Café 19’s delicious menu.
Spring is here at last and Easter is just around the corner! This is one of our favourite times of year as familiar faces return to Frinton either to visit relatives or open up holiday homes. It is lovely watching the children growing up and new additions arriving!
MaeKandoo has brought in some of her lovely designs using vintage fabrics, pictured here. Hanging Bunnies and Egg cosies make perfect little Easter presents, together with her already very popular Mice Bookends and a wonderful selection of Bunting.