7pm Jordan Wylie is a former soldier, bestselling author, extreme adventurer and also one of the stars of Channel 4’s BAFTA nominated shows Hunted and Celebrity Hunted.
up on the largest council estate in the UK, Jordan left school early with no
qualifications to his name but took the life-changing decision to join the
British Army at 16 years old.
Jordan has since gone on to successfully
complete numerous major charity expeditions, including the highly publicised
Running Dangerously, which saw him run through Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia,
and Barefoot Warrior which involved climbing Mt Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest
mountain, completely barefoot! He has raised over a million pounds for charity
and some of his expeditions have been made into documentaries on Sky TV.
A determined, fearless adventurer and an inspiring man
– Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE
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Come and meet the inspirational Maggie Oliver and hear about her new book, her life, and her courageous actions to secure convictions in what is now one of the most notorious grooming cases in the UK.
Thursday 21st November at 7pm
Maggie will join us for the evening to share her incredible experiences, including her time as a consultant on the BBC award-winning drama ThreeGirls, where Lesley Sharp played the part of Maggie, and her time on Celebrity Big Brother – Year of the Woman and Loose Women.
She will also be talking about the Maggie Oliver Foundation, which Maggie has set up to help survivors of abuse begin to move on with their lives.
Tickets cost £3.00; this includes a glass of wine and can be redeemed against the purchase of a book on the evening.
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Come and meet local author Carolyn O’Brien as she talks about the inspiration for her powerful new novel.
The Song of Peterloo tells the dramatic story of Manchester mill-worker, Nancy Kay. Desperate to provide for her ailing mother and sensitive son, Nancy is drawn into the agitation for reform. But as she risks everything to attend a great assembly on St Peter’s Field, Nancy is unaware the day will go down in history not as triumph, but as tragedy; the Peterloo massacre.
Carolyn will be here on Thursday 19th September at 7pm.
Tickets cost £3.00 – this includes a glass of wine and is redeemable against the cost of a book on the evening.