Giggleswick School is teaming up with author Frances Brody at this year’s Great Yorkshire Show (July 10-12).
The school will have a stand at the Harrogate showground throughout the three-day event, expected to attract thousands of visitors.
The author of the Kate Shackleton mystery books will be on the stand on Tuesday July 10, sharing information about her book, Death in the Stars, which is set in Giggleswick in 1927, when the Yorkshire Dales village was the best place in the UK to see the total solar eclipse.
Giggleswick School headteacher Mark Turnbull said: “We are pleased to welcome Frances to our stand as she promotes her latest book, which uses our school and surrounding area as its location. We are looking forward to meeting lots of people at the show, which promises to be as ‘great’ as ever.”
For more information about Giggleswick School please visit the website www.giggleswick.org.uk or phone 01729 893000.
Giggleswick School is a 450-pupil, independent, co-educational day and boarding school set in stunning countryside near the market town of Settle in the Yorkshire Dales. Founded in 1512, the school offers a high quality education where personal development is a key focus alongside excellent academic results, providing young people with the skills, positive attitude and self-belief to equip them for happiness and success in today’s world.