Bridport Literary Festival director Tanya Bruce-Lockhart has paid tribute to West Dorset law firm Kitson & Trotman for its ongoing support.
The firm is once again the main sponsor of this year’s festival, which takes place from 6 – 12 November in venues in and around the town.
‘We are extremely grateful to the Partners at Kitson & Trotman for their support each year,’ she said.
‘Having them there in the background helps us to put on a literary festival which has become well known and talked about far and wide. BridLit is all the better for its sponsors and friends. They make such a difference to the festival’s ongoing success.’
Eighteen BridLit events have already sold out but there are still some tickets left for a variety of speakers in different genres.
The picture shows, from left: Antonia Squire, proprietor of The Book Shop, Bridport, Kitson & Trotman Partners Tracy Scammell, Richard King and Jason Hodnett, and Bridport Literary Festival director Tanya Bruce-Lockhart.