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Children’s ward receives book donations from Herne Bay author

Julian Jennings (Chariman Clock Tower), Lizzie Worthen (Matron in Children Services) and Faye Beerling. Comments (0) A HERNE Bay author has donated her books to a children’s ward at Kent and Canterbury hospital. Faye Beerling presented matron Lizzie Worthen with ten copies of Tales From the Clock Tower. She was joined by Julian Jennings, chairman of Friends of Herne Bay Clock …

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Nippy the Crab welcomes you to Herne Bay on new sign

Julian Jennings, Faye Beerling and Margaret Burns Comments (0) A new sign welcoming visitors to Herne Bay features a character from a children’s book written by a local author. Nippy the Crab is seen writing the letters with a novelty pen that looks like Herne Bay Clock Tower. It is based on Tales of the Clock Tower, written by Faye Beerling, …

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Children’s writing workshops with Faye Beerling

WORKSHOPS at Herne Bay Literacy Festival were selling out last week with young budding writers keen to take up their pens. Local author Faye Beerling held one such workshop last Wednesday, where she helped children create rhyming stories. Faye said: “It didn’t take much to fire up the imaginations of the children. A few key words on the flip-chart, a …

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Children’s author inspired by tower

HERNE Bay children’s author Faye Beerling visited a primary school in Canterbury last week. Ms Beerling spent the day at St Stephen’s Infant School on Thursday, where she held book readings and workshops before signing copies of Tales From The Clock Tower. The book was published in October after Friends of Herne Bay Clock Tower commissioned Faye to write a …

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Herne Bay author Faye Beerling visits St Stephen’s Infant School…

Comments (0) HERNE Bay children’s author Faye Beerling visited a primary school in Canterbury last week. Ms Beerling spent the day at St Stephen’s Infant School on Thursday, where she held book readings and workshops before signing copies of Tales From The Clock Tower. The book was published in October after Friends of Herne Bay Clock Tower commissioned Faye to write …

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Faye’s fiction is proving popular

The career of a Herne Bay children’s author continues to go from strength to strength with the launch of a new book. Faye Beerling launched her River Tales series based on characters she had met while living in Fordwich, near Canterbury. Her latest book, A Country Ramble, is set to go on sale in Waterstones on March 28. Since moving …

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Clock Tower to hopes win your love on Valentine’s Day!

Organisers will be hoping to harness the power of love when the newly-refurbished Clock Tower is officially launched on Valentine’s Day. Under the banner Love Your Clock Tower they hope that people will adore the hard work and money spent to bring it back to its former glory. Friends of the Clock Tower chairman Julian Jennings said it heralds a …

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BAY AUTHOR ON TOP OF CHARTS – TWICE

Children’s writer Faye ‘amazed’ by online success of her books BAY author Faye Beerling has hit the top of the Amazon Kindle books chart – twice in one day! The 46- year’oid mum and step-mum of three topped the charts on Sunday in the schools and education section with her children’s history book Tales From The Clock Tower. She was …

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in brief

Case must be made for cameras in centre HERNE BAY: Officials have vowed to consider installing number plate recognition cameras in the town centre — if supporters can make a case for it. Campaigners say the devices are the best way to prevent people driving in the pedestrianised areas but Kent county councillor Brian MacDowall said he would only push …

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Author’s pier signing

A chart-topping children’s author who signed a year’s contract with Britain’s biggest bookseller signed copies of her new book at Herne Bay Pier. Faye Beerling, from Herne Bay, spent five hours on Saturday signing River Tales From Old Glossop Bridge. She was invited to the town landmark alongside the farmers’ market and vintage fair on the first and third Saturday …

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