Heritage Afternoon Tea

Heritage Afternoon Tea

Thursday 28 August 2014, 2:00pm—3:30pm

Join two South Island grandes dames, Rosie Belton and Dot Smith, as they entertain you over tea and biscuits with readings and stories from their recent books.

In partnership with Heritage Christchurch

Restriction: All Ages

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General Admission $35.00+ BF
The Press Subscriber Concession $33.00+ BF

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WORD Christchurch Writers & Readers Festival 2014
in association with The Press

HERITAGE AFTERNOON TEA

Join two South Island grandes dames, Rosie Belton and Dot Smith, as they entertain you over tea and biscuits with readings and stories from their recent books. In her delightful memoir, 'Wild Blackberries', Rosie Belton has written not only her own story but also a social history of food in New Zealand. In 'Dot – Queen of Riverstone Castle' Dot Smith tells of growing up on a dairy farm, her struggles and triumphs, the travels that have inspired her and her castle near Oamaru. Introduced by Ruth Todd.

In partnership with Heritage Christchurch

For more information visit our website http://www.wordchristchurch.co.nz

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Heritage Christchurch
Christchurch, New Zealand

Address: 30 Cathedral Square,
Christchurch
Canterbury