Residents are invited to an inspirational talk this week to celebrate the life of Rosemary Tonks.
The mysterious life of the critically acclaimed writer will be discussed at Gillingham Library on Tuesday, 24 May from 7.30pm until 9pm to give residents an insight into the famous novelist’s success and puzzling disappearance.
Rosemary was born in Gillingham and makes up part of the Six Women of Gillingham project, launched by Medway Council’s Culture Team to uncover local feminist heroes. The talk will coincide with the re-issue of one of Rosemary’s most famous novels, The Bloater.
Residents can also try their hand at poetry, inspired by Rosemary, at Gillingham library on Saturday, 28 May from 1pm to 3pm and Saturday, 4 June from 1pm to 3pm. The workshops will continue throughout the summer, as part of the Six Women project.
To book a place in the workshops or talk, visit your local library or call 01634 337799.