Bardaid Literary Festival

imageWhat do you mean, what’s Bardaid? You’ve never heard of them? Well, to be honest, neither had I until late last year.

So, what is Bardaid? Bardaid is a group of authors who find villages with no libraries (did I hear a gasp of horror at the back, there?) and turn the old disused red telephone boxes in those villages into mini-libraries, thus preserving a little piece of English history at the same time as providing a wonderful public service.

And what’s this literary festival in aid of? To raise money to turn a derelict stable at Animal Antiks School, a school on a farm for special needs children and young adults, into a library. The festival is going to be lots of fun, so if you live near Long Marston in Hertfordshire, please come along and join us.

If you’d like to know more, please visit their page, which you’ll find on the link below.

Bardaid Literary Festival, Long Marston, Hertfordshire

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About Loretta Livingstone

I write, and I want to tell people about my books. That's why I started this blog. It's all very new, so I will probably make mistakes, but - here I am! Blogging!
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7 Responses to Bardaid Literary Festival

  1. I am currently in love with all things little libraries. Love, love the idea of the red phone box as a library. Lots of room for shelves. 🙂

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