Nantwich Library has unveiled its programme of summer events to keep youngsters entertained in summer holidays. It all starts this Monday (July 25) when 6-11 year olds are invited to “Revolting Rhymes” workshop with Helen Chapman, 10-11am.
On Thursday August 4, 4-8 year olds can go to a “Bottle Your Dreams” craft event inspired by Roald Dahl’s BFG, from 11am-12pm.
“Owl Friends” with Pamela Graham is aimed at 4-12 years olds on Monday August 8 10am-12pm. Children can make owls and face paint, £2 per child.
On August 18 and August 25, 4-12 year olds can attend the “Wonderful Chocolate” workshop, from 11am-12pm on both days.
There are Cartoon Academy workshops on July 28 and August 11, 2pm-3pm, aimed at 6-11 year olds.
And on Tuesday August 23, from 5-6pm,5-10 year olds can attend the ‘Big Friendly Lego Factory’ event.
The events are all part of the library’s latest ‘Big Friendly Summer Read’ challenge.
To reserve event tickets or renew items, contact the Beam Street library on 01270 375361 or email [email protected]
Meanwhile, Nantwich’s Oxfam shop is staging a treasure hunt for a special summer read which kicks off the book month.
A signed copy by one of the country’s favourite authors is hidden among the shelves full of scorching summer reads.
There are current bestsellers, travel guides and children’s books on offer.
Funds from sales help Oxfam’s work to fight poverty around the world.
Val Richards, shop manager, said: “Come in and browse our huge and affordable range of books on a wide range of subjects.
“Our knowledgeable helpers can provide personal recommendations if needed, and you can buy a summer’s worth of reading very cheaply.”
A recent unusual donation to the Pepper Street shop has resulted in a module of hundreds of books on Politics (British, Russian, American and World).More