Literary Suffolk is based on a leaflet compiled in 1998 by Anne Parry, Peter Hardiman Scott
and Martin Crook, with members of the Suffolk Book League. It has now been updated and
enlarged in 2008 by Anne Parry to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Suffolk Book League.
This booklet has been produced by the Suffolk Tourism Partnership with sponsorship kindly
provided by Gotelee & Goldsmith Solicitors, Norman Scarfe Trust, Suffolk Book League and
Suffolk County Council.
The Suffolk Book League’s aim is to promote,
encourage, foster or strengthen by all and every suitable
means, the habit of reading and the wider and more
general distibution of books, by and among all people.
Gotelee & Goldsmith are solicitors providing a
complete, seamless legal service to businesses and to
Suffolk County Council’s library service champions
reading for all through its network of libraries.
For information on places to stay and opportunities for
cultural leisure activities, visit the Suffolk Tourism
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