11th February 2000 at 00:00
Chester Literature Society is running a year-long celebration of literature. Events for adults include: David Horner, writer and storyteller, on his work with children, February 17, 7.30pm at Bishop Lloyd's Palace, Watergate Street Row, Chester, tickets pound;5, pound;4. There are also free "Computers Don't Bite" sessions in branch libraries. During March there will be screenings of fil adaptations of novels, a free Mad Hatter's tea party in the Town Hall Square, March 4 from 2pm, and at a special schools event, on March 13 at Christleton High School, children's author Janni Howker will discuss the filming of her book, "The Nature of the Beast". For tickets contact the festival box office, 8 Abbey Square, Chester CH1 2HU. Tel 01244 341200320700.

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