3 PEAS in a Pram author Rosie Farrow will be signing copies of her book at Middlesbrough’s Dorman Museum next weekend.
Rosie will be at the Dorman with her triplet sisters on Saturday (October 22) and visitors are guaranteed a fascinating trip down memory lane.
The town’s past is vividly brought to life through Rosie’s eyes in 3 Peas in a Pram, and anyone with an interest in Middlesbrough in years gone by will be sure to enjoy this unique social commentary.
As one of the Farrow triplets Rosie has been urged over the years to write down her memories of the trials and tribulations of growing up in Middlesbrough between the 1950s and 1970s.
3 Peas in a Pram is the culmination of over a year’s research to do just that, and takes the reader on a nostalgic journey through the streets of Linthorpe Village to places like Nazareth House, Albert Park, the Dorman Museum and Sacred Heart Church.
Follow the triplets as the do a ‘moonlight flit’ from Coventry to Middlesbrough, and discover the truth about why the triplets were placed in Nazareth House in 1961.
Rosie would particularly like to meet anyone who remembers the Farrow triplets, or cared for them during their stay at Nazareth House.
3 Peas in a Pram will be on sale at the Dorman Museum priced at £7.99.
Rosie Farrow will be signing copies of 3 Peas In A Pram at the Dorman Museum on Saturday, October 22 from 10am to noon and 1pm to 3pm.