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Subjects covered by books published by Francis Boutle Publishers include art, architecture and media, biography, Breton poetry and literature, Cornish/Kernewek poetry and literature, fire and police, the First World War, genealogy, history, lesser used languages of Europe, music, painting and its laws, politics, revolutionary history and traditions and customs.

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London. The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery permanent exhibition of women in medicine.

18 November, Bolton. An illustrated talk with local historian Cyril Peace: New thoughts on British War Resisters 19141918.

18 & 19 November, Rochdale. England Arise! Play telling the alternative story of political opposition to the First World War.

19 November, BBC Radio Cornwall. Radio Cornwall's Tiffany Truscott interviews Duncan Yeates about Wave Hub the new Cornish Poetry collection.

20 November, Huddersfield. Kirklees Inter-Faith Forum. An illustrated talk with local historian Cyril Peace: conscientious objectors during World War One.

29 November, Redruth. An Invitation to the launch of Wave Hub: New Poetry from Cornwall edited by Alan M. Kent.

8 December, Penryn. Brian Pattern and Alan M. Kent take part in Charles Causley: A One-Day Symposium.

21 February 2015, Halifax. An illustrated talk with local historian Cyril Peace: Halifax's conscientious objectors during World War One.

3rd April-11th May 2015, Channel Islands Heritage Festival.