Hatfield Library hosts special event for Call the Midwife fans

Hatfield Library.

Hatfield Library.

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The family of the late writer of Call the Midwife are coming to Hatfield tomorrow to talk to and answer fans’ questions on her work.

Tomorrow at 10.30am, the family of Jennifer Worth will be at Hatfield Library, by Asda, to talk about her life, best-selling memoirs, and how they inspired the popular BBC TV series.

Jennifer’s husband Philip Worth, her daughter Suzannah Hart and family friend Andrew Houseman will also be answering fans’ burning questions.

Tickets are £7 (£5 concessions) and include a complimentary tea or coffee.

They are available from any Hertfordshire library, by phone 01707 281533 or online at www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/litfest

The event is taking place as part of LitFest ‘18, a packed programme of literary events being presented by Hertfordshire Libraries throughout April and May.


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