Last Thursday saw the official launch of our latest publication Guernsey As It Used To Be: A Tour of the Town in Victorian Times. There was a great turnout at the Priaulx Library, so thanks to everyone who came along.
Today a group of relatives and friends of G.B. Edwards gathered in Plumstead Cemetery, South East London to commemorate the centenary of the death of his step-sister Rose who died in 1917, whilst working as a ‘munitionette’ in Woolwich.
The next event we have planned for the Genius Friend world tour is – the Alderney Literary Festival on 18 – 20 March.
Edward Chaney will return to the county in which he first met Gerald Edwards through his great-aunt Josephine, who lived in Upwey. Gerald was living in the same village with the Snell family, where he completed his only novel, The Book of Ebenezer Le Page.
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