Enjoy a good read at Arts and Heritage Centre

Taking a break from their book discussion are seated left Deborah Ram, Pam Cutts, Glenys Wilson, Iris Parsons and Susan Nicholson and standing Stephanie Dale.  (Lin)
Taking a break from their book discussion are seated left Deborah Ram, Pam Cutts, Glenys Wilson, Iris Parsons and Susan Nicholson and standing Stephanie Dale. (Lin)

The new Reading Group at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre is proving popular.

Members read one book a month and then meet for a light-hearted discussion, expressing likes, dislikes about the writing style, content, story characters etc and sometimes pre-written reading group questions are used to start the discussions.

Each member chooses three books on joining from a list supplied; the most recent book has been Kate Morton’s The Distant Hours.

Centre Manager Stephanie runs the free to join group and is happy to enrol new members; call her on 01472 851605 or log on to 28ploughhill.co.uk

Photo by Linda Oxley