Calling all bookworms to the Argory book fair

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Visit The Argory this Saturday and Sunday to stock up on those all-important page-turners to see you through the autumn months.

With the book fair in full swing, the courtyard will once again be filled with a vast array of second-hand books to suit all tastes and interests.

The National Trust property, near Moy, opened its second-hand bookshop over six years ago, and has since been managed by a team of local volunteers.

The Argory are delighted to welcome local author and keen historian, Rhuadh Butler to the book fair on Sunday. Rhuadh will be selling his new book, ‘Swordland’, a historical fiction based around the events leading up to the Norman invasion of Ireland in 1169. Rhuadh will be talking to visitors about all things 12th century including weaponry, tactics and genealogy. Joining Rhuadh will be Anthony J. Quinn, author of four critically acclaimed novels like ‘Disappeared’.

The Argory Book Fair will take place on Saturday 5 and Sunday, September 6 from 12-5pm. Gift aid admission: Adult £5.25, Child £2.50, family £13. National Trust members get free entry.