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Time for Tea at Heritage Christchurch – Writer’s Fest Event

Time for Tea at Heritage Christchurch – Writer’s Fest Event


Heritage Christchurch, as proud supporter of the WORD Christchurch Writers and Readers Festival 2014, is hosting a special authors’ tea onThursday 28 August at 2 PM in Maddison’s restaurant, Heritage Christchurch.

The event features Rosie Belton who penned the entertaining memoir, Wild Blackberries, and Dot Smith, keeper of her own castle at Oamaru in Dot - Queen of Riverstone Castle. Tickets are $35 GST inc. per person and can be booked on www.wordchristchurch.co.nz

Make a night of it and stay on at the recently reopened Heritage Christchurch from $215 GST inc a night in a luxurious fully self-contained one bedroom suite with free use of the hotel’s lap pool, sauna, jacuzzi and health club.

Heritage Christchurch set in the majestic Old Government Building offers accommodation in one and two bedroom self–contained beautifully appointed suites and recently received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award.

The hotel also offers conference facilities suitable for small to medium private events, meetings, banquets and weddings on-site.

Website www.heritagehotels.co.nz/christchurch

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