Don’t miss the second WoodWords literary evening to be held at Sylva Wood Centre on Thursday 24th May between 6.30pm and 9.30pm.
Five authors will tell the stories behind their latest books – splinters and all:
Around the World in 80 Trees – Jonathan Drori, a former documentary film maker and executive producer at the BBC.
The Long, Long Life of Trees – Fiona Stafford, professor of English language and literature at the University of Oxford.
The Last Wilderness – Neil Ansell, a writer and award-winning television journalist.
A Wood of One’s Own – Ruth Pavey, gardening journalist and writer.
Green Gold: the lost journals of John Jeffrey – Gabriel Hemery, co-founder and Chief Executive of the Sylva Foundation.
Enjoy drinks from The Wood Bar, food from The Wandering Kitchen, admire the original work of our resident designer-makers and, of course, meet the authors and buy signed copies of their books. Tickets are on sale now with all proceeds contributing to the charitable work of Sylva Foundation.
To buy tickets and for more information, see the Sylva website: