Calling all Young Detectives: find your way to Middlewich Library after school on Friday 24th March and help solve ten terrible crimes, identify clues and send your friends secret messages. Free Entry. No need to book, simply drop in from 3.30pm – 4.30pm.
Described by the US Mystery Guild as “Equal parts Daphne du Maurier, Josephine Tey and Ruth Rendell”, SCRIBE is delighted to announce that renowned author Sarah Rayne will be appearing on Friday 24 March, 7pm in Middlewich Library. Sarah will be talking about her latest novel Death Notes, her writing methods and taking audience questions. Tickets are available from Middlewich Library and Middlewich Town Council Reception, or on the door at the event.
SCRIBE is privileged to announce that the festival will be hosting a special lecture by Dean Jones, a leading authority on Forensic Pathology, Dean works with the Home Office and oversees the provision of Forensic Pathology Services to police forces and coroners throughout England and Wales.
Dean will be presenting a real case study which will provide a full understanding of the processes and procedures that are followed by the relevant authorities and professionals when a murder is committed.
It is a rare opportunity for authors (published and non-published) who are seeking to gain a greater understanding of this field of work. It is also suitable for people who are considering/pursuing a career in this specialist area and who want to find out more.
The lecture will commence on Friday, 24th March at 8.15pm in the Victoria Centre, Civic Way. Tickets are available from Middlewich Library, Middlewich Town Council Reception and via the SCRIBE website.
SPECIAL NOTE: The details contained within this presentation are of a very graphic and sensitive nature. The family of the victim has given special permission for this case to be presented for education purposes. We kindly ask that attendees respect the anonymity and dignity of the victim and the victim’s family. This lecture is STRICTLY Over 18’s and no photography/filming will be allowed.
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