Killyleagh Library and the Ulster-Scots Agency invite you to a talk on ‘C.S. Lewis and the Island of his Birth’ – by Sandy Smith on Friday 25 April at 1.15pm.
Many books have been published about Lewis’s life and work but none specifically aimed at celebrating his boyhood roots on the island of Ireland. It was Belfast that he and his immediate ancestors called home, and were the genesis of many of his books is to be found.
In this talk, researcher and lecturer Sandy Smith, explores the local places, stories and the inspiration behind C. S. Lewis’s work.
Admission to this lunchtime talk is free and everyone is welcome.
Contact Killyleagh Library (High Street, BT30 9QF) on telephone number: 028 4482 8407 or email: