The “Mayflower” to ‘surf’ into London on June 30th

Labour of Love – Mayflower – A Sea Change book launch on June 30th!

We’re very excited to announce that our book will be launching on Tuesday June 30th, 8pm at a special free webinar: Mayflower – A Sea Change. Do join us to find out more about this amazing book and its epic journey to publication. We will also hear about the exciting things that are going to happen for the Mayflower 400 year anniversary from its chair and visionary director of The Theatre Royal, Adrian Vinken.

You will also meet some of the characters in the book like Connor McIntyre from Coronation Street, who has gone from acting as a villainous con to icon on the Plymouth arts scene, and the editor of Mayflower – A Sea Change and a Mayflower 400 historic tour guide, Charlie Keeler, who will be discussing the challenges of producing a revolutionary world class new style book in lockdown.

The travel extremes that the team went through to finish and now sell this epic book are lessons in both leadership and the importance of passion and love for a great city and its people. When the world was told to stay at home, all the book shops shut, talks and her epic launch that took months to create, cancelled, the author and project director Juliet Coombe, who has never let a civil war, the world’s worst tsunami, or a global pandemic get in the way of a great game changing story, soldiered on, employing ground breaking steps to bring it into the world.

If you want to get your hands on a copy of a first edition before the event, please do email back and we will deliver a personally signed copy to you or as a gift for someone special. The book is a fabulous perfect bound, beautifully produced hardback edition, with its groundbreaking commemoration of the journey of the Mayflower and it’s unique exploration of the city of its launchpad, Plymouth and its diverse people and stunning surrounding areas, go to

Don’t miss it or the artist’s secret treasure map of where to discover the city’s gems!

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