The Blaser Mills Amersham office has found a unique use for its old law reports by lending a selection of books to a local theatre for a forthcoming production.
On 16th and 17th March the Chesham Theatre Company is putting on a production of 84 Charing Cross Road.
The play tells the true and moving story of a 20-year correspondence between Helene Hanff, a struggling New York writer, and Frank Doel, manager of a secondhand bookshop in London.
To help fill the shelves of the bookshop the Theatre Company is borrowing a selection of old law reports from Blaser Mills dating back to the first half of the twentieth century.
We always knew they would come in handy for something!
For details of the production please visit the Chesham Theatre Company website.