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It’s a literary sweet treat in Marlborough
5:00pm Thursday 26th September 2013 in News
Visitors to the Marlborough LitFest this weekend will be well fed thanks to a donation of buns from Waitrose.
Those wishing to take a breather between literary talks can pop into the LitFest Café in the town hall for a refreshment.
As well as tea, coffee and homemade cakes, the town’s Waitrose store has donated Marlborough buns as part of their Best of British range.
Charles Betney, department manager, said: “Waitrose is delighted to be supporting this local annual festival, which brings a wealth of literary talent to our historic market town.”
The White Horse Bookshop will also run a bookstall next to the café.
Mavis Cheek, founder patron of the Marlborough LitFest, said: “It is thrilling to have such support of a national company on a local level and the donation of the delicious buns only adds to the pleasure.”
Tickets for the festival, which starts tomorrow, are available from www.marl boroughlitfest.org or from the White Horse Bookshop.
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