Vicky looks at growing up in the 50s and 60s

Local author, Vicky Turrell, will be giving an online talk for the Friends of Our Space, the Ellesmere Library & Community Hub, about her experience of growing up in the 1950s and 60s.

Vicky Turrell
Vicky Turrell

Based on her new book, Me and My Mam, her talk will examine the relationship between a mother and daughter who cannot reconcile their differences. As the mundane fifties transform into the swinging sixties and the world begins to alter, their lives take unexpected turns that no one could have predicted.

The talk will be held on Zoom on May 6 at 7pm. Tickets are free and contact friendsofourspace@gmail.com for the Zoom link.

Anne Wignall, chair of the Friends of Our Space, said: “We are delighted that Vicky has agreed to talk to us about her new book. For those of us of a certain age, it will bring back memories of a time that in many ways seems so long ago.”

The new book is a sequel to her first autobiographical novel It’s not a boy! but can be read without prior knowledge of the first book.

It can be bought online for £6.50 plus postage at Booka bookshop, or with Paypal from www.leafbyleafpress.com, or for £5 at Ellesmere Library after May 6.

Vicky writes a column for the Shropshire Star called Talking Point with Vicky Turrell. She also writes a regular column for Qube in Oswestry.

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