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Chain Read at the Bluecoat

Written by stickyeyes, 11th March 2011

Whilst Jen, Charlotte and a few others were speeding down to London on "Frank's Train" for the launch of Our Read, I was happily reading away at the Chain Read down at The Bluecoat (all photos c. The Bluecoat and TRO):

It was a really fantastic day, and lots of people turned up to read The Unforgotten Coat aloud in the foyer of The Bluecoat (which had been spectacularly decorated in a Mongolian style, complete with plenty of unforgotten coats!). We had a huge crowd in the morning, with a few schools taking part and lots of interested passers-by stopping to read along with us:

Thanks to everyone who came down to support us on the day - especially to those who read aloud - we all had a brilliant time!

2 thoughts on “Chain Read at the Bluecoat

Charlotte says:

What brilliant pictures, Claire. It certainly looks a lot calmer than the “train read”! Thank you to everyone for going down and taking part, sounds like it was a great success 🙂 Lovely coats, too…

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