U3A launching second book

STORIES: Heather Rendall, James McBryde and Rocelyn Read with the latest publication from the University of the Third Age (U3A). Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 110816cgetdown1

STORIES: Heather Rendall, James McBryde and Rocelyn Read with the latest publication from the University of the Third Age (U3A). Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 110816cgetdown1

AFTER receiving a warm response for its first publication, the University of the Third Age (U3A) has produced a second volume of personal stories and memories.

The book, titled Getting it Down – A Collection of Memories Volume 2, will be launched at the Kelso Hotel on Wednesday from 6.30pm.

All the stories included in the publication come from members of the community who weren’t born and raised in Bathurst, reflecting the rich diversity of the city.

The stories are split between those born overseas and others who grew up in Sydney or rural NSW.

Some stories will evoke laughter, others tears, but each will leave a lasting impression.

Copies of the book can be purchased from BooksPlus on Howick Street for $20.

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