Get involved: Lawrence Festival events during first week

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6:

St Katherine’s Flower Festival, from 10am

Guided Walk for Health: The Blue Line Trail 10.30am - 12pm

Teversal Open Village 12pm - 4pm

Talk: Lady Chatterley’s Lover 4.30pm - 5.30pm

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7:

St Katherine’s Flower Festival from 10am

Workshop: Creative Taster Session Workshops 10am - 1pm

Bestwood Winding Engine House 10am - 12pm

Kirkby Open Art Studios 10am - 4pm

Arts & Crafts: Help Build an Edwardian Town 10am - 5pm

Lecture: The Education of an Author 11am - 12pm

Guided Walk: The White Peacock Heritage Walk 1pm - 
4pm

Edwardian Chores Tours 3.30pm - 4.45pm

Lecture: Lawrence and Christianity 7pm - 8pm

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8

St Katherine’s Flower Festival from 10.00

Arts & Crafts: Help Build an Edwardian Town 10am - 5pm

Brinsley Headstocks Festival 11am - 5pm

Bestwood Winding Engine House Steam Heritage Day 11am - 4pm

Outdoor Concert at Colliers Wood 2.30pm - 4.30pm

Edwardian Chores Tour 3.30pm - 4.45pm

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 9

Rhyme, Rattle and Roll, Eastwood Library 10am - 10.30am

Guided Walk: Retracing the Nottingham of Sons and Lovers 11am - approx 1pm

Broxtowe Walk & Talk: Colliers Wood/Moorgreen 11.10am - approx 12pm

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 10

Tuesday 10th Sept Rhyme, Rattle and Roll, Kimberley Library 10am - 10.30am

Film screening: Inside the mind of D.H. Lawrence 6pm - approx 7.30pm

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 11

Broxtowe Walk & Talk: Colliers Wood/Moorgreen 2pm - approx 3pm

Lecture: D.H. Lawrence Birthday Lecture 7pm - 8pm

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12

Guided Walk: Sons and Lovers Country 10am - approx. 1pm

Broxtowe Walk & Talk: Festival Inn, Trowell 10.30am - 12pm

Film screening: Sons and Lovers 10.30am & 1.30pm.

lFor full details on venues and how to book, visit www.nottingham.ac.uk/dhlheritage/the-dh-lawrence-festival.aspx or call 01773 717353