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Thursday 13 February at 7.30 pm at Aldersbrook Bowls Club 34 Aldersbrook Road, London E12 3DY
Tickets £4 available from Newham Bookshop, Mike Walton (07885 094722) or Gill James (020 8989 4898)
Bar • Raffle • Light refreshments
The author, retired vet, ex-racing cylist and head injury victim talks about his life.
Julian Earl Cows in Trees
When a fall from a bike left Julian Earl with a traumatic brain injury, he never anticipated how drastically his life—and his hobbies—would change as a result.
In August 2012, avid cyclist and former veterinary surgeon Julian was taking part in a local cycle race when he crashed. Julian is unable to remember the details of what happened, but suspects that he fell off his bike while travelling at 30 mph and his head hit the kerbstone.
Headway East London is a local charity supporting people affected by brain injury. They offer specialist support and services to survivors and their family, whilst also campaigning for greater public awareness. Their vision is to build a community where people with brain injury are valued, respected and able to fulfil their potential.
This event is supported by Newham Bookshop, Headway East London and Hammond House Publishing. All proceeds are in aid of Headway East London.
Bus 101 stops outside Aldersbrook Bowls Club, from Wanstead (Central line) or Manor Park (TfL Rail)
Interested in learning more about Newham Bookshop and some of the people connected with it? We have four lessons for classroom or family use developed from On the Record’s oral history project centered around Newham Bookshop, Writing and Reading Newham. Click here for full details.
Newham Bookshop is LoveReading’s Bookshop of the Month
We are proud that Newham Bookshop is LoveReading’s Bookshop of the Month. The article features a Q&A with Vivian Archer, which you can read here.