The staff at Skegness Library are inviting members of the public from the area to speak about a topic personal to them as part of an event for this year’s Wolds Words Festival.
Called ‘Scenes from Skegness Life’, the event will take place at the library on Thursday, October 17 from 6.30pm.
“The talks can be on any topic, within reason,” said a spokesperson. “They could be about hobbies, favourite films or books, meeting partners or life-changing moments.
“The aims of the event are to find out about the diverse range of interests of the people living in and around Skegness and to share some laughs and memories.
“Each speaker can hold the floor for up to five minutes and the library are looking for about 15 speakers in total,” they added.
If you are interested in speaking at the event you should phone, email or call into the library to give a brief overview of what you would be talking about and to book your slot.
You should be over the age of 16 and be comfortable talking to a medium-sized crowd.
“Members of the public are welcome to come and listen to these scenes from Skegness life,” continued the spokesperson. “Look out for further details about the Wolds Words Festival being promoted around the county and contact the library to book a seat in the audience for what will be an evening of eclectic talks.”
For more information about the talk, call 01522 782010 and ask for Skegness Library, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or pop into the library on Roman Bank, Skegness.