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...we're 70s crazy this month!

Hi <<First Name>>,

We're fresh from the very successful and most enjoyable official launch of Bangor in the Seventies which was held in the North Down Museum, Bangor at the end of October. We know a number of you were amongst those lucky enough to be a part of the evening, but unfortunately lack of space dictated the size of our guest list. Fear not though - we've included a number of photos from the evening which we hope will give a flavour of the event.

Author Terence Bowman has been busy mixing with the media since the book came out - you might have heard him on Radio Ulster's Your Place and Mine or indeed caught up with him as he signed copies  in Easons, Bangor. If you missed him, you can still get copies of Bangor in the Seventies signed on the following dates:

- Saturday 19th November in Stewart Miller, The Flagship Centre, Bangor
- Saturday 10th December in Easons, Main Street, Bangor
- Saturday 17th December in Stewart Miller, The Flagship Centre, Bangor.


For up to date times of these signings and up to the minute news on Bangor in the Seventies, why not check out the Facebook page dedicated to the book.

New Title: The Transatlantic Letters of an Irish Quaker Family 1818-1877

Hitherto unpubublished letters of an Irish Quaker family spanning 3 generations between 1818 and 1877. 

For more info on this title, or to buy your copy, please click the image

 



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