Summer’s out at Hope Hall
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HOPE HALL thrums with activity under the summer sun. Sea Cadets march in the yard and happy chatter issues from English as a Foreign Language classes while the weekly Food Bank reaches out to those in need.
Kath is determined to honour the origins of Hope Hall, which was founded in memory of those lost during the two world wars. It’s all hands on deck as the centenary celebrations continue, but Kath’s efforts set her on a collision course with Celia Ainsworth, a descendant of the family that donated the land.
Added to this, a mysterious homeless man proves tricky for Sheelagh to identify, and a handsome stranger looks set to lead Kath a merry dance…
SUMMER’S OUT AT HOPE HALL is a fun and deeply moving story that celebrates the power of hope.
Reviews for Summer’s out at Hope Hall
“In this delightful tale of Kath Sutton and the motley bunch ofcharacters revolving around the community hall she runs, Pam lives shared and burdens carried. Summer’s Out at Hope Hall is one of those novels that helps you hear laughter in the darkness, reminding you that the sun really will rise tomorrow.” Sheridan Voysey, BBC Radio 2 presenter and author of Reflect with Sheridan
“Written in Pam’s characteristic gentle and humorous manner, Summer’s Out at Hope Hall appears to be just a light-hearted book, but it powerfully demonstrates the strength of community and the importance of faith.” Debbie Duncan, author of Brave: Showing Courage in All Seasons of Life