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28th September 2018
12 of the best family events at Cheltenham Literature Festival

12 of the best family events at Cheltenham Literature Festival

Little literature lovers are in for a treat this autumn, with Cheltenham Literature Festival offering a fantastic family programme, featuring everything from bestselling authors to interactive events.

From sensational stories to creative fun, Cheltenham Literature Festival is once again catering for all ages, offering a jam-packed family programme for 2018.

Running from Friday 5 to Sunday 14 October 2018, families have the chance to see bestselling authors, incredible illustrators and entertaining personalities, making for a fun-filled festival experience.

If you’re wondering which events to book, here are 12 of the best family events at Cheltenham Literature Festival 2018.



 

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