A Centenary Memory

placeholder gifDame Agatha Christie - A subtle narrative gift

I remember when we went on a special centenary visit to Greenway back in 1990. We were received at the house by Rosalind Hicks, Agatha's daughter. She showed us around the gardens and the boathouse. Then we went on to Chuston Church where there was a candlelit service and then on to the Churston Court Hotel where we had tea. A great day out!

Written by Paignton Preservation Society


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Written by Paignton Preservation Society
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Source   By Margaret Brinicombe PPs  
Item  
Identifier ref 153
Date   1976  
Format   photocopy greyscale news article; 330 mm x 160 mm; photograph  
Coverage   England. Devon.  
Source   Torbay Library Services  
Subject   Christie. Life. Works  
Type   Image  
Publisher   Torbay Library Services  
Rights   The Times  
Keywords obituary death biography