An Afternoon with Paul Atterbury in aid of Seaton Library
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The writer, broadcaster and antiques expert Paul Atterbury will be appearing at Seaton Gateway on Monday, November 11.
It is a special event hosted by the Friends of Seaton Library, to raise money for the library service.
Mr Atterbury is probably best known as a presenter on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow.
He specialises in the art, architecture, design and decorative arts of the 19th and 20th centuries, and has a passion for collecting memorabilia.
He is also very interested in old railways and rail stock, and even lived in a deserted railway carriage at one point in his life.
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He has written or edited more than 30 books including several on ceramics, railways and canals, and has a reputation for being a lively and engaging speaker.
An Afternoon with Paul Atterbury starts at 3pm.
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Tickets cost £6, or £5 for members of the Friends of Seaton Library, and are available from Seaton Library, tel 01297 21832. Refreshments will be available from 2.15pm.