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Cambridge author to speak on family pilgrimage to Nepal

by Amanda Taylor on 11 November, 2012

Local author Jane Wilson will be visiting her local library in Rock Road, Cambridge on 15th November to talk about her book, A Glimpse of Eternal Snows.

Jane describes writing A Glimpse of Eternal Snows as “a long, long labour of love”.  This memoir describes the years Jane and her family spent on an island in the middle of the largest tributary of the Ganges, their Himalayan treks and their emotional highs and lows. It will be illustrated with slides and the talk helps launch a new global edition of the book.

8 – 9.30 p.m., 15th November          Rock Road Library  (between Cherry Hinton Road and Blinco Grove)        Light refreshments

This event is being put on by the Friends of Rock Road Library. Thje Friends support the work of the library and arrange community events such as this one to support it. The Friends Group originally came into being to create a garden at the back of the library. See http://rockroadlibrarygarden.blogspot.com/ and led the campaign to keep the library ope nin the face of Conservative threats to its funding.

Jane Wilson-Howarth is a GP in Mill Road and director of the Cambridge-based Travel Clinics: www.travelclinic.ltd.uk. More about Jane on her website

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