Frank Cottrell-Boyce

Monday 24 April, 2.00pm 
Closed event for schools 

Award-winning screenwriter and novelist Frank Cottrell-Boyce, known for his wonderful children’s fiction, and as the writer of that memorable opening ceremony for the 2012 London Olympics will be visiting local schools. Frank has won major British literary prizes, the Carnegie Medal for Millions and the 2012 Guardian Prize for The Unforgotten Coat. Pupils from years 6 and 7 will be chatting with Frank about his own writing journey, about his latest pieces of work, about his own favourite books – and about what the future might hold for one of the country’s most respected writers.

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