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London & the BBC with Huw Edwards Sunday 18th October 10.30

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Posted 13 September 2015 - 01:25 PM

Join us on Sunday 18th October at 10.30am and hear Huw Edwards share with you his thoughts in a talk that combines themes including early Nonconformist congregations in London, some 18th centuryBook tickets now image London history and also some stuff on the BBC and the way the media covers religion.

Tickets are £15 which includes a signed paperback copy of City Mission or £8.00 entry ticket.(plus booking fee). Book tickets: www.dulwichliteraryfestival.co.uk

The story of the Welsh in London spans a thousand years and in many ways is still largely untold. Broadcaster and journalist Huw Edwards says it is impossible to understand the history of the Welsh in London without appreciating the central place of organised religion. In City Mission, he traces an intriguing story of London’s Welsh chapels which spans several centuries. But his book is far more than a story of chapels and churches. It sheds light on the story of one of London’s first ethnic minorities – the Welsh.

Tickets can be booked online: www.dulwichliteraryfestival.co.uk via email: dulwichbooks@yahoo.co.uk, via telephone: 020 8670 1920 or pop into Dulwich Books on Croxted Road SE21 8SW

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