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Scarborough Book Festival

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Events are usually held at Scarborough Library and other interesting venues around the town. Also features 'Scarborough Flare' - a platform for local artists, writers, poets and playwrights.

Tickets will be available from Scarborough Tourist Information Centre in the Brunswick Centre, Scarborough.
Phone 01723 372075.

Check out the latest news at www.scarboroughbookfestival.co.uk

Telephone: TIC 01723 372075
Contact name: Sandra Turner
email: santurner@btinternet.com

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