Higson Coming to Nettlebed

Filed under: Charlie Higson on Jul 26, 2007 at 1:04 pm

In addition to the announcement yesterday that Higson will be attending The Science Museum in London on August 11 comes news that Charlie Higson will also be making an appearance at the Nettlebed Village Club on September 22 to talk about the challenges he faced when asked to write the Young Bond adventures.

According to the Fleming family:

“This event will take place appropriately in Nettlebed where Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond, spent much of his own childhood. His grandfather was an enterprising Scot who moved south and bought and rebuilt Joyce Grove (now the Sue Ryder Home).

“His father Valentine Fleming was briefly MP for Henley and lived at Ipsden with his young family.”


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