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Careers with Words - Stockton Central Library

Stockton Central Library


As part of National Careers Week, Stockton Libraries are running an exciting event for young people to find out about Careers with Words, this is a free event at Stockton Central Library from 6pm to 8pm on Tuesday 6th March.

The event is aimed at young people aged from 16 to 25 who are interested in being an author or illustrator or working in libraries, bookselling or publishing and will offer the opportunity to speak to guest speakers from these professions as well as course information from universities.

Special Guests include: 

Author & Illustrator - Simon Bartram -

Author & Publisher - Gillie Hatton -

Award Winning Bookseller - Mariana Muzinho

Illustrator & Image Maker - Alan Vest -

Librarian – Lucy Carlton-Walker

Everyone who attends will also receive a FREE book! 

The event will be held in a speed dating style with an opportunity to have a slot with each guest in a group with a session at the end for people to talk to the guest speakers. 

This is a fantastic opportunity to meet professionals from the arts and literacy sector.

Book your free tickets online at

BOOKING ESSENTIAL For further information please contact 528501



Event Details

Stockton Central Library
Church Road
TS18 1TU


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