As part of The Big Lit Festival
Writer, photographer, and exhibition and book designer Phil Cope will take readers on a series of surprising journeys: travels through time, through our contested histories, through the responses of our poets and writers, and through the inspiring territories of our changing beliefs, in his illustrated talk on the sacred springs and holy wells of Scotland.
See additional associated event - a free guided walk to Rutherford’s Well at Anwoth (weather permitting!)
Tickets for this event are available from the Big Lit Box Office:
The Franca Bruno Shop Tel: 07803 228497 / 07707 686109
Tickets available in advance or on the day - open daily 10am - 5pm
and from Midsteeple Box Office: Tel: 01387 253383 or online: Box Office
The Midsteeple is open Tue - Fri: 10am - 4pm, Saturday: 10am - 1.30pm
Guided Walk to Rutherford’s Well
Saturday 16 April 12.00 noon
Weather permitting, Phil Cope will conduct a pleasant walk to Rutherford’s Well and to the impressive remains of the fine Old Kirk, at Anwoth just outside Gatehouse of Fleet. Samuel Rutherford was one of the great thinkers of the Reformation and the Covenanting movement, a gifted orator and a preacher, as well as a prolific writer with sixteen books to his name).
Meet Phil in the foyer of The Mill on the Fleet if you’d like to join him.
A FREE EVENT