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'The impact of giving the right book to the right child can be life changing' 📚
Here are some of the key takeaways from The London Book Fair seminar with our Director of Education Ali Mawle & The Royal Commonwealth Society Africa’s Regional Youth Coordinator Gideon Commey.
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Spreading the joy of reading across the world – Book Aid International

At London Book Fair, our Head of Programmes Samantha Thomas-Chuula joined Cheltenham Festivals’ Education Director Ali Mawle and The Royal Commonwealth Society Africa’s Regional Youth Coordinator Gideon Commey on a panel discussing the transformative effect that reading for pleasure can have on …

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Get your classical music fix during lockdown with Cheltenham Music Festival's head of programming Camilla King's latest #TuesdayTunes Spotify playlist.

🎧↪ spoti.fi/3bIMuu1
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Get your classical music fix during lockdown with Cheltenham Music Festivals head of programming Camilla Kings latest #TuesdayTunes Spotify playlist.  

🎧↪ https://spoti.fi/3bIMuu1

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Am awaiting my refund still despite completing my refund form 2 weeks ago:( so very sad that this year couldn’t go ahead but will be right behind you next week. X

Very sad the Jazz Festival got cancelled. . was hoping it was going to just get postponed to Autumn

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7 Books You Must Read 📚⁠

Here are the essential reads from the Literature Festival team this month.

What are you reading during lockdown? 📖

#fiction #nonfiction #fictionfriday #isolationessentials #lockdownuk #lockdown #lockdown2020 #isolation #reading #readinglist
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7 Books You Must Read 📚⁠

Here are the essential reads from the Literature Festival team this month.

What are you reading during lockdown? 📖

#fiction #nonfiction #fictionfriday #isolationessentials #lockdownuk #lockdown #lockdown2020 #isolation #reading #readinglist

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These are what my local bookshop chose for me to read.

Vanessa Green

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Don’t feel isolated in isolation. Now more than ever is the time to look to the arts and sciences for entertainment, courage and creativity. Over the next few months we’ll bring you more #FestCast, playlists, throwbacks as well as regular features from our programming teams.

#FestCast provides a platform for us to pick events that we think you need to hear and make them free to all. We already have a fabulous array of events stored in our back catalogue and we’ll be adding to them over the next few months.
Listen here: bit.ly/2UEI3t3

We also record entire events and post them on our YouTube channel. Waiting over there are the likes of David Attenborough, Tan France and Nadiya Hussain – so get watching.
Literature: bit.ly/2UG9C5c
Science: bit.ly/2ycv8XZ

Our Spotify is overflowing with playlists carefully curated by our #cheltjazzfest and #cheltmusicfest programming teams. Whatever your taste, whatever your mood, there’s something there for you. It’s an ideal way to explore Jazz and classical music, if you aren’t already a fan.
Listen here: spoti.fi/3brYIH7

We will also have monthly content from our #cheltscifest and #cheltlitfest teams where we'll show you what has caught their eye as well as give you a few recommendations for those looking to keep their minds active. First one coming up later today.
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Don’t feel isolated in isolation. Now more than ever is the time to look to the arts and sciences for entertainment, courage and creativity. Over the next few months we’ll bring you more #FestCast, playlists, throwbacks as well as regular features from our programming teams.

 #FestCast provides a platform for us to pick events that we think you need to hear and make them free to all. We already have a fabulous array of events stored in our back catalogue and we’ll be adding to them over the next few months. 
Listen here: https://bit.ly/2UEI3t3

We also record entire events and post them on our YouTube channel. Waiting over there are the likes of David Attenborough, Tan France and Nadiya Hussain – so get watching.
Literature: https://bit.ly/2UG9C5c 
Science: https://bit.ly/2ycv8XZ 

Our Spotify is overflowing with playlists carefully curated by our #cheltjazzfest and #cheltmusicfest programming teams. Whatever your taste, whatever your mood, there’s something there for you. It’s an ideal way to explore Jazz and classical music, if you aren’t already a fan. 
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/3brYIH7

We will also have monthly content from our #cheltscifest and #cheltlitfest teams where well show you what has caught their eye as well as give you a few recommendations for those looking to keep their minds active. First one coming up later today.

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This is my kind of Box Set Lisa Irish. Thank you the lovely LitFest team.

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Kick your Thursday morning off with this from Classic FM. We absolutely love this 🙌👏

www.facebook.com/ClassicFM/videos/2837167116404718/
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Just what we need 🙌

Head over to #cheltjazzfest favourite Jamie Cullum's Instagram at 8pm tonight!
↪https://www.instagram.com/jamiecullum/Tomorrow night I'll be going live on Instagram to give you an update on the tour, have a chat and maybe sing some songs! See you there.
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Just what we need 🙌

Head over to #cheltjazzfest favourite Jamie Cullums Instagram at 8pm tonight!  
↪https://www.instagram.com/jamiecullum/

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Oh this sounds fabulous!

Victorien Blanchard histoire de musicalement t'accompagner dans le confinement

Ian Beer

Thank you for the tip-off. I needed that! 🙏

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