Former Hedon Deputy Headteacher turned Author to speak on new book

JEAN LANGDALE WILLIAMS was the Deputy Head of Hedon Primary School during the 1960s.

She has recently published her memoirs of growing up between the wars, and will be appearing at Hedon Library to give a reading from the book.

The reading and talk by Jean will take place at Hedon Library, St Augustine’s Gate on Friday 14th December 2012 at 1:30pm.

Space is limited in the Library, so if you want to attend then call in the Library or contact them on 01482 897651 to book a place.

The 406 page paperback Remembered with Advantages: Growing Up Between Two World Wars was published in September 2012 and is available to buy via online bookstores.

Does anybody remember Jean Langdale Williams during the 1960s? Drop us off a comment and let us know!

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