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1195705026897Many thanks for informing your members and website visitors about my poetry reading in Helensburgh Library on March 5 2009.

I'm pleased to say that it was well received by the large audience who attended, and we had an excellent question and answer session and discussion afterwards.

There is a review of my Rothesay Library reading on March 4 2009 on the Hi-Arts website under event reviews.

Congratulations also on your very informative website. I am a member of the Luing History Group and of the Isle of Luing Community Trust who are proposing to build an Atlantic Islands Centre on Luing which will feature the natural and human heritage of the area, as well as a cafe/restaurant and arts centre.

The Atlantic Islands Festival here from July 4-11 2009 will help to raise public awareness of our project.

Best wishes

Norman Bissell
Mo Dhachaidh
51 Cullipool
Isle of Luing
Argyll
PA34 4UB
tel. 01852-314322

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websites http://www.geopoetics.org.uk
http://normanbissell.blogspot.com

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