The next Literary Trail (Eleanor Nesbitt) on Tuesday 20 June at 10.30am
Walking this trail you will discover some of the many connections over the centuries between central Coventry and some very famous writers. We start and finish at the statue of Lady Godiva in Broadgate (CV1 1NF). Coventry Literary Trail booklet
Anyone interested should contact Eleanor by email. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/ces/research/wreru/aboutus/ staff/en/
For information about repeat events, contact Eleanor by email.
Also if you are interested in attending one of the walks we are looking for volunteers to run a walk themselves in the future. Training will be given. Please discuss with Eleanor.
This Heritage Lottery funded booklet has been launched at an event on Friday 26th September 2014. The Coventry Literary Trail has been researched and written by local writer Eleanor Nesbitt and has been developed from a Coventry Literary Trail piloted for the Positive Images Festival in 2013.
The Coventry Literary Trail provides a fascinating tour of the city centre, linking local landmark buildings and their associations with famous writers and poets Everyone, from past literary greats, such as George Eliot and Philip Larkin to contemporary figures such as Peter Ho Davies and Benjamin Zephaniah, is featured.
The Coventry Literary Trail is a free publication and will be distributed to schools, libraries and community centres.