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R.I.P The local rag a talk by Barrie Williams

Join Barrie Editor, former Editorial Director of the Nottingham Evening Post, as he talks about his journalism career spanning 43 years. 

Wed, 6 Sep 2017
2PM - 3PM
Bromley House Library
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About this event

Barrie was Editor and Editorial Director of the Nottingham Evening Post from 1981 to 1995. When he left the city to edit the Western Morning News he was made a Citizen of Honour by Nottingham City Council. When Barrie quit journalism in 2005 it brought to an end a successful career spanning 43 years which included a total of 30 years as the Editor of three regional daily newspapers. 

He has since written five books, including his autobiography Ink in the blood.


Location of this event

Bromley House Library
Angel Row
Nottingham
NG1 6HL

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Tickets are £3 for members £4 for visitors. Booking is essential. You can book your ticket by calling Bromley House on 0115 9473134. 

The library is on the first floor and above, and we regret that we are currently unable to offer access for wheelchair users or visitors who have difficulty climbing stairs.

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