Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

This summer, the Pelican Post team were invited to feature at one of the UK’s leading music festivals – Camp Bestival – famous for its focus on family fun and laid back atmosphere.  This year’s festival was no exception with music from the likes of Blondie, Groove Armada, The Wonderstuff, Mark Ronson and Primal Scream (personal favourite) as well as a mind-boggling […]


Photo courtesy of the Farnham Herald (www.farnhamherald.com) Despite some clouds, rainstorms and the optimistic BBC forecast of strong hurricane tail winds(?!), the first ever kids festival – Kidsfest organised by kids for kids was  a resounding success , with several thousand visitors turning out to partake in the mayhem! The festival which was officially opened […]


  Date: 03 March 2011 Time: 1PM – 3:30 PM Place: The Royal Geological Society, Piccadilly, London Price:  £15 ( proceeds will go to support The Pelican Post) Booking: To Reserve a place please email events@pelican-post.org   We are extremely honoured to announce that celebrated and prolific Author Alexander McCall Smith has kindly taken time out his […]


Interview with Founders Nick Johnson and David Sommer at a recent ‘Books For Africa’ event. During the event members of the public talk about what reading means to them, and what was their favourite book as a child… 1st collector for Introducing the Pelican Post…. Follow my videos on vodpod


Last Thursday saw the start of this year’s Guildford Book Festival with many of Britain’s finest authors and celebrities making an apperance at venues across Guildford over the next ten days. This year’s line up is no exception with a diverse range of authors giving talks on subject matters as diverse as gardening, cooking to poisioning, Georgian prostitution and the Goons!  Guest authors […]


Swap A Book, Gain A Memory, Change a Life..! Thanks to everyone who came along to the inaugural Big Book Swap back in January and thanks too to the Royal College of Physicians in Regents Park for hosting such a perfect venue for literary banter, and for Kim Dunsmore and Kim Thormond for organising such a wonderful […]