HWAT’s new book, Waveney Reflections: Brockdish to Bungay, a Portrait of the River, has featured in the local press and media. Diss Mercury, Beccles & Bungay Journal and the Eastern Daily Press have all published articles on Waveney Reflections, following a successful Book Launch weekend.
(Photo Credit: James Bass for Archant Media)
Caryl Challis, one of the founding members of HWAT, was also on BBC Radio Suffolk last week, talking about the history of HWAT and the launch of the new book (listen from 02:34:20).
Waveney Reflections is £12 and it can be purchased locally at these stockists: Robinson’s Traditional Stationers, Harleston; The Old King’s Head, Brockdish; River Waveney Study Centre; Mouse Design, Earsham Street, Bungay; Diss Publishing Bookshop; Jarrolds department store Norwich; Ferini Gallery Lowestoft; Southwold Bookshop; Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Gallery Shop.
To purchase the Waveney Reflections book by post (free P&P included), please send a cheque or postal order for £12 made payable to ‘The Harleston & Waveney Art Trail Collective’, together with your name and address with full postcode, and contact telephone number to:
The Old King’s Head
A special two-day Book Launch weekend for Waveney Reflections was held at the River Waveney Study Centre on the 24th and 25th October 2015, alongside an art exhibition of the original artworks chosen for the book. The writer and poet Tessa West wrote the foreword for the book and officially opened the Book Launch weekend event.