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author brian kerr leads zoom discussion (1) ~ the right trees in the right places

Following the successful Zoom Book Launch for Brian Kerr’s third book:

‘How to Value a Skylark –

The Countryside in a Time of Change’

Eventispress hosted the first of our controversial discussions on environmental issues related to his book yesterday evening.

‘THE RIGHT TREES IN THE RIGHT PLACES’

We would like to thank the 21 folks who attended and contributed to this thought provoking discussion.

 

If you would like to join next week’s discussion:

‘Rewilding: How far can this ideal be pushed in a crowded Britain?’

on Thursday 25th February at 7:30 pm

please contact us at eventispress@outlook.com

 

 

 

 

 

Author Brian Kerr’s New Books Have Arrived

This is a special moment for an author when all that work comes into fruition. Brian Kerr was understandably proud when his author copies of his latest ‘How to Value a Skylark’ arrived so he sent us this snap. We are looking forward to the on-line launch on

Wednesday 20th January

It has been a long time away — Beds Country File

Eventispress Author Brian Kerr begins writing on his wordpress blog once more and news of his book launch:

The last blog on this site was in mid 2015. David Cameron was the Prime Minister; the word Brexit has seldom in the news; and pandemics were something that happened in the history books. Since then the world has changed and we are all coping with very different circumstances. The idea of the previous Blog […]

It has been a long time away — Beds Country File

 

Exciting News at Eventispress! How to Value a Skylark by Brian Kerr will be released in January 2021

Let’s look ahead towards a brighter New Year!

Eventispress are gearing up to a positive 2021 with the news that:

How to Value a Skylark

The Countryside in a Time of Change

by Brian Kerr

will be released on 20th January 2021

Author Brian Kerr asks these key questions as we face a new year and a new beginning for the world. Have we the courage to change things for the better?

“Will the British countryside cope with global warming, new farming methods and increased public access? Can rewilding landscapes and wildlife conservation be balanced against rural livelihoods?”

More news of this release in January.

That just leaves us to wish you a happy and safe Christmas and, if you are like many of us and will not be seeing loved ones until after a vaccination, our hearts go out to you all.