Cheltenham Festivals, organisers of the annual Cheltenham Literature Festival, are generously supporting parents with homeschooling throughout the third national lockdown. They have made the family and schools events from #cheltlitfest 2020 available to watch via their website until the February half term.

Chelt Lit Fest Revisited

A statement on the Cheltenham Festivals website states - "Teachers, parents and carers looking for ways to get children and young people reading can enjoy free book events featuring fabulous author talks, draw-alongs, poetry and storytelling, with creative challenges. You can also download one of our Create Your Own Festival packs and recreate #cheltlitfest at home."

Kids have the opportunity to draw along with Alex T Smith Cluade, listen to stories read by Anna James Pages, Katherine Rundell, Liz Hyder and many inspiring writers. For full details visit the Cheltenham Festivals website


Cheltenham Literature Festival
Cheltenham Literature Festival

The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival will take place 7 - 16 October 2022. Still leading the way in celebrating the written and spoken word, the world’s first literature festival will Read the World, presenting the best new voices in fiction and poetry alongside literary greats and high-profile speakers.



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