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World book day round-up

March 4, 2021 9:00 PM
Originally published by Bedford Borough Liberal Democrats

Cllr Tim Caswell with a copy of ‘The Future of Social Democracy’Today, 4th March is World Book Day and Liberal Democrats in Bedford Borough have been marking the occasion.

Goldington Liberal Democrats posted on Facebook here about Councillors Tim Caswell (pictured) and Christine McHugh's reading - and writing: "It's World Book Day today - what are you reading or writing? Tim (Caswell, pictured) has contibuted to this book on 'The Future of Social Democracy' and has a great selection of children's books. Christine (M will be reading Kamal Harris' 'The Truths We Hold' and recommends 'Kind' a book for children with pictures from 38 leading illustrators. Enjoy!"

Also on Facebook here, Liberal Democrat Candidate for Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner Jas Parmar said: "I know many young people (and their parents!) will be marking #worldbookday today. These days I read mostly modern history when I get time. But growing up I loved reading the Alistair Maclean fiction novels. My favourite was Guns of Navarone.

What's your favourite book?"

Meanwhile, fittingly, Mayor Dave Hodgson has spoken today about the launch of Bedford Borough Council's consultation on extending the popular LibraryPlus system to Putnoe and Kempston Libraries. You can read more on Mayor Dave's website here.