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Thu, 25 Jul

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Manningtree Arts

Stories of Soil, Sisterhood and Survival: in Conversation with ALICE VINCENT

Don't miss this opportunity to be inspired by Alice Vincent's journey and embark on your own path of growth and rewilding. Reserve your spot now for an unforgettable evening of wisdom and wonder.

Stories of Soil, Sisterhood and Survival: in Conversation with ALICE VINCENT
Stories of Soil, Sisterhood and Survival: in Conversation with ALICE VINCENT

Time & Location

25 Jul 2024, 19:00 – 21:30

Manningtree Arts, 19 High St, Manningtree CO11 1AG, UK

Guests

About the event

Join us for an evening with Alice Vincent, the acclaimed journalist and author behind the captivating Rootbound: Rewilding a Life and Why Women Grow. Delve into the verdant world of gardening and self-discovery as Alice shares her profound and relateable insights gleaned from her journey, one that saw her book longlisted for the prestigious Wainwright Prize and celebrated by the Financial Times and the Independent.

Discover the allure of rewilding your life as Alice unravels the transformative power of connecting with nature, drawing from her own experiences as a self-taught gardener. As a columnist for esteemed publications like the Guardian and New Statesman, Alice brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to the forefront, crafting narratives that inspire and resonate.

Don't miss this opportunity to be inspired by Alice Vincent's journey and embark on your own path of growth and rewilding. Reserve your spot now for an unforgettable evening of wisdom and wonder.

Tickets

  • Ticket Only

    £10.00
    +£0.25 service fee
  • Ticket + Book

    This ticket includes a copy of Alice Vincent's most recent book: Why Women Grow

    £20.00
    +£0.50 service fee

Total

£0.00

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