Literary Programme 2018

Festival Walk

Festival Walk
(Booking required)

Allan Jenkins

Bantry House Tearoom

Tue 17 July 2018




Join Allan Jenkins for an ‘early’ morning walk. Allan’s book Morning – How To Make Time: A Manifesto shows how getting up earlier even once a week or month can free us to be more imaginative, to maybe read, to walk, to write.

Comfortable shoes and appropriate weather gear necessary. Please check this page soon for further information or contact the office. The walk is free but ticketed as we need to have a sense of numbers.

Meeting on the front steps of Bantry House.

If you want to hear more about Allan’s book Morning, join him for a Coffee & Chat at 9.15am.

Allan will also be reading from his memoir Plot 29 at 2.30pm today alongside Richard Beard. 

Allan Jenkins is the award-winning editor of Observer Food Monthly. He was previously editor of the Observer Magazine and once lived in an experimental eco-community on Anglesey, growing organic food on the edge of the Irish Sea. He is the author of the Baillie Gifford 2017 and Wellcome Book Prize 2018 longlisted Plot 29 and lives in northwest London.