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Word Up!

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Families across London can hear many of the UKís best childrenís authors at Word Up! a books and arts festival in Dulwich, South London in Autumn half-term.

The festival, set to be one of the largest celebrations of childrenís literature in the capital, has a packed programme of events to excite all ages from under 5ís to young adults and parents.

Entry to the festival site is free and there will be the chance for all festival goers to enjoy free storytelling sessions, poetry events, book making, face painting, music performances and much more.

There will also be lots of delicious food, tempting stalls, a Mumís pamper zone and other pop up treats.

For further information and images contact: Chloe Bar-Kar, 07976735337, chloe@wayswithwords.co.uk

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