Book signing at store in Gunton, near Lowestoft, with extra-special festive treat
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Businessman and creator of Pleasurewood Hills Joe Larter will be signing copies of his popular autobiography in Lowestoft tomorrow.
After more than three years or writing and research, some 80,000 words and more than 60 pictures later, the legacy of one man has been showcased in Serendipity – A Journey with Joe Larter.
And tomorrow afternoon (Friday), from noon onwards, he will be selling copies of his book at the Tesco store in Gunton – with popular Pleasurewood Hills mascot Woody Bear making an appearance.
And as an extra special treat, Pleasurewood Hills have agreed that they will give away free entry for the theme park in 2014 with the first 250 books sold!
And of these first 250 books sold, which includes the £19 entry to Pleasurewood Hills next year, £2.50 will go to charity too!
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After 250 books have been sold, further purchases will see the rest of the books have a half price ticket, worth £9.50, for Pleasurewood Hills as well.
Mr Larter said: 'The books cost £7.50, and £2.50 of this will be going to the Tesco charity - I would love to raise £2,000 for the charity. 'Pleasurewood are being amazingly generous as well.'
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