Stories from Channel 5’s ‘Yorkshire Vet’ – book signing luncheon with Julian Norton

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Date(s) - 30/09/2018
11:45am - 2:00pm

The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa

Bolton Abbey
North Yorkshire
BD23 6AJ

Julian Norton, veterinary surgeon, author and star of TV Channel 5 is back at The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa on Sunday 30th September to host a lunch and his book signing for his third book, ‘The Diary of a Yorkshire Vet.’

The luncheon event will also raise money for The Yorkshire Air , the hotel group’s chosen partner, with a raffle. As well as a delicious lunch, guests will have the opportunity to hear Julian’s amusing anecdotes and tales of his somewhat unpredictable and often dramatic working life, centering around his veterinary practice in , North Yorkshire.

This is Julian’s third book, his first book being ‘Horses, Heifers and Hairy Pigs’ (2016) which was followed by ‘A Yorkshire Vet Through the Seasons’ (2017) Julian also writes a column each week in the Yorkshire Post newspaper, which features every Saturday.

Julian’s books complement the success of the TV series ‘The Yorkshire Vet’; a memoir of his working life in the North Yorkshire countryside, treating all creatures from pups to alpacas, llamas, rabbits to exotic pigs, his vocation and love of his work shines from every page, as well as his love of his home county. In the show he is joined by co-star Peter Wright, who once worked with Alf Wight, a writer whose characters were immortalised in the 1970’s BBC series, ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ (whose books were wrote under the nom de plume, ‘James Herriot’)



Signed copies of Julian’s book, due to be published on published by Great Northern Books on 17th September (rrp £11.99) will be available to purchase on the day of the event.

Tickets are priced at £30 per person, and this will include a two-course lunch, with a glass of wine or a soft drink, and tea or coffee to follow. Arrive at 11.45a.m for midday start. (Booking essential)

‘The Yorkshire Vet’ about to air series seven, will be shown throughout the autumn, and a Christmas special edition is also planned. The fly-on-the-wall documentary is one of the channel’s highest rating shows.

To book or for more info, please call 01756 718155



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