Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall will appear in October

Back for 2021 - a new chapter for ExeLitFest

Momentum is building for a three-day literary event in Exeter later this year after a hiatus because of the pandemic. Last year’s Exeter Literary Festival sadly had to be shelved, but now ExeLitFest (as it’s known for short) is delighted to unveil this year’s programme and open the Box Office.

If you love reading or writing, it’s time to bookmark these dates in your diary - 5th to 7th...

Adie and Trollope among big name bestsellers confirmed for Greenway’s Literary Festival in June

Big name writers will join booklovers this June for the return of the Greenway Literary Festival at Agatha Christie’s holiday home, cared for by the National Trust.

Among the authors lined up to take part are highly acclaimed bestselling author Joanna Trollope, who’ll be discussing her latest novel ‘Mum & Dad’, and multi-million international bestseller Kate Mosse, as she...

Determined Argyle take 3 points to move off bottom spot

A goal either side of half time clinched 3 crucial points for embattled Plymouth Argyle against a Barnet side who, despite being fellow relegation candidates, arrived at Home Park on the back of some excellent recent form.

A strong, determined performance from the Pilgrims with a changed 4-3-3 formation formed the basis for a victory that takes them off the bottom of League 2 on goal...