The Lost Words for Bournemouth & Poole's schools

by Westbourne Bookshop in Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom

The Lost Words for Bournemouth & Poole's schools
We did it
On 25th April 2019 we successfully raised £2,040 with 58 supporters in 49 days

We aim to provide a copy of The Lost Words by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris to every school in Bournemouth & Poole.

by Westbourne Bookshop in Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom

£40 or more

Your name or business on 4 books for local schools

Pledge £40 or more and we will print 4 (or more) bookplates with your name or business so that your local schools know who have sponsored the book! The bookplate will be attached to the opening pages of the book with the text "This book was a gift from" plus your name and/or logo. £40 will pay for 4 books - each additional £10 will buy an additional book. This is a great way to support local schools - we do hope you can make a donation!

£5 or more

WIN a beautiful Jackie Morris otter painting!

Simply pledge £5 or more to be in with a chance of winning a hand-inked Jackie Morris otter painting! Measures 10x25cm. One lucky donor will be chosen at random after 4 April and contacted via Crowdfunder.

£15 or more

5 of 5 claimed

Signed 'The Lost Words' bookplates x 5

We now have 5 signed bookplates to reward 5 lucky people who pledge £15 or more! Each is signed by both Jackie Morris and Robert Macfarlane, and can be stuck into the front of your treasured copy of 'The Lost Words' - simply select this reward and pledge £15 (or more!) and we'll send the bookplate out to you once the appeal has ended. Please see our updates to view an image of the bookplates!

£25 or more

0 of 4 claimed

Lost Words Spell Songs Tour Poster

Featuring the iconic artwork of Jackie Morris, this bespoke poster has been carefully designed for The Lost Words Spell Songs project, and captures the wildness and wonder inherent in The Lost Words book, the inspiration behind Spell Songs. See our latest update for an image! Size: A2 (420mm x 594mm) Kindly donated by The Lost Words for Oxfordshire.

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