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Watership Down author pens short story for charity book

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Laura Chamberlain Laura Chamberlain | 13:40 UK time, Friday, 28 May 2010

The author of Watership Down has teamed up with two north Wales based writers to raise money for a wildlife conservation charity.

Richard Adams, now in his late 80s, was inspired by Debz Hobbs-Wyatt to write a short story for the collection Gentle Footprints. Debz is the marketing manager for publishers Bridge House Publishing and the charity book was her brainchild.

She has also penned a story for the book along with Anglesey-based writer Phil Thomas. The short story collection, which will raise money for the Born Free Foundation, is set to officially launch at the Hay Festival next week.

Read more on the story on the Daily Post website.

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