The novelist Pamela Street, who will be appearing at Salisbury Arts Centre on Friday evening, 25th January 1985, has many local connections.
She was born at Wilton and educated at the Godolphin School in Salisbury.
Her first book was a well-received biography of her father, the well-known writer and broadcaster, A.G. Street.
Her second book, which she is currently updating, was an authorative guide to her home county called Portrait Of Wiltshire.
She has just completed a novel entitled Many Waters, which is the last of a trilogy. The other two were The Mill Race and The Way Of The River.
She has also written Light Of Evening, Morning Glory, and The Step-Sisters. The latter was made into a serial and broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1982.
Pamela Street's visit to Salisbury will include her reading from both her own work and that of her father, and will no doubt make an entertaining evening to round off the first month of the new year.