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Foyles Launching Literary Holidays

Posted at 8:56AM Tuesday 27 May 2014

Foyles, the renowned London bookshop founded in 1903, is launching a range of literary holidays. Starting in July, the first trips will be one- and two-day excursions in the UK, to destinations including Haworth, the Yorkshire home of the Brontë sisters, and Great Missenden, Roald Dahl's village in the Chiltern Hills.

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