Author opens library and health centre

Peter James cuts the ribbon with surgery heads Darren Emilianos, Janet Wilson and Peter Sagar

Peter James cuts the ribbon with surgery heads Darren Emilianos, Janet Wilson and Peter Sagar

First published in News

BEST-SELLING author Peter James was guest of honour at the official opening of a new medical centre and library complex.

The crime writer, best known for his Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series, cut the ribbon at the centre in Woodingdean, Brighton.

The complex provides an opportunity for health services in the city to promote healthy living in new ways by pairing a medical centre and library together in one location.

GPs are working with the library to organise healthy walks, art therapy sessions and other activities.

The activities are designed to promote mental and physical wellbeing for patients registered at the centre and users of the library.

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8:15pm Sat 19 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

The Argus finally spells 'Woodingdean' correctly,, yay!!


Good to see Peter.
The Argus finally spells 'Woodingdean' correctly,, yay!! Good to see Peter. stevo!!
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8:31pm Sat 19 Jul 14

JeevesMcMontague says...

Never heard of him.
Never heard of him. JeevesMcMontague
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3:31am Sun 20 Jul 14

Minty1971 says...

Some people would turn up for the opening of an envelope. So is this actual news?
Some people would turn up for the opening of an envelope. So is this actual news? Minty1971
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10:00am Sun 20 Jul 14

chrismilo says...

No relation to Jesse then ?
No relation to Jesse then ? chrismilo
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