A reflective and poetic portrait of how a Kent family became acquainted with their local badger clan. In this extraordinary tale of human–animal interconnectedness Caroline Greville recounts in exquisite prose that being an avid nature lover is not incompatible with all the rest of life – indeed, it is the thing that makes it possible for 'all the rest' to be kept in balance. Host Caroline Millar.
Caroline Greville has a PhD on narrative non-fiction and works as a lecturer in Creative and Professional Writing at Canterbury Christ Church University. She is a mother of four children and also finds time to manage a small domestic menagerie of chickens, ducks, guinea pigs and a dog. This book formed a prominent part of her doctoral thesis.
Sunday 23 February, 3.30–4.30pm, Shepherd Neame Visitor Centre. £3
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* This venue does not have wheelchair access