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The joy of pubs

Why local pubs are important


Many of us are rather fond of pubs. But the local pub plays a far more important role in community life than just a place for a quick pint. Writer Paul Kingsnorth, author of the books Real England and One No, Many Yesses, will explore the important role that the local pub plays in English society and how we can protect these institutions from the threats to their survival in the modern world.

This lecture will take place in a town of great pubs – Lewes – and after the lecture, attendees will be encouraged to show their support for the local hostelries!


Speaker(s):

Paul Kingsnorth | talks

 

Date and Time:

30 November 2009 at 7:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

All Saints Centre
Friars Walk
Lewes
BN7 2LE


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Organised by:

LifeČ
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Tickets:

£5 adv; £8 on the door

Available from:

www.lifesquared.org.uk

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