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The Friends scheme, along with the closely-related Friends Plus group, hopes to encourage wider use of the library by organising a range of extra activities – such as book sales, children’s events, coffee mornings and author events.
Both the scheme and the Friends Plus group are open to library members and non-members. To find out more, either…
The sessions are all about child development, and getting young children ‘school ready’. Parents, carers, childminders, and grandparents with children under 5 are welcome to attend.
The sessions include…
These fun sessions are for the under fives and their parents / carers. Join us each week during term-time for 30 minutes of rhymes and movement.
This national scheme aims to encourage every child to have owned their own book by the time they go to school.
Further information is available from the library.