Tickets will be £10 (£5 concessions) or £20 to also purchase the book
Date: Saturday 16th September 15:00 – 17:30
Venue: Harbour Books, Whitstable, CT51AQ
About the book:
A memoir of love, loss and healing through the natural world, The Tidal Year is a true story about the healing power that can be found from wild swimming, Bromley’s book telling us a journey through grief in an all encompassing adventure across water.
With every swim, and every stranger they meet in the water, the challenge becomes more than just a way to explore the coast, also providing a modern day exploration into self-discovery through grief, sisterhood and female rage.
About the author:
After, four years, Freya is still searching. Reeling from the devastating loss of her brother, Freya Bromley embarks on an adventure across Britain, deciding to swim in every tidal pool across the country with her friend, Miri. From the hidden pools of the fishing village Polperro to the quarry lagoons of Abereiddi, the further from London Freya finds herself, the closer she feels to her brother.
A writer living in London, Freya Bromley has written for the National Geographic and Financial Times, The Tidal Year marking her debut as a memoirist.
About Harbour Books:
Harbour Books has been serving the Whitstable community as a small, wildly independent bookshop for over 25 years and has been open in the current incarnation since October 2020. All of our stock is available on our website, or you can come see us in person at 21 Harbour Street, follow us on Instagram or sign up to our newsletter.
Ensuring our events are accessible is very important to us. As a small independent business the needs of our customers do vary from one event to the next, therefore we try to adapt to the needs of those coming. For more details on the shop’s accessibility, please do have a look at our accessibility policy. But, rest assured, if you want to attend this event and have any challenges or barriers around accessibility, please do get in touch with us. We’ll do whatever we can to ensure as many folks as want to, can take part.