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Activities for children
Get creative with activities for children of all ages. With messy mornings and baby rhyme time for little ones to Scrabble club and Bookwormz (reading group) for older children, help them develop vital skills through play at your local library.*
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*During the Covid-19 restrictions, some activities may be running online via Zoom. Head to your local library's social media pages to find out more.
Activities for babies and toddlers
Baby Rhyme Time
Have fun and develop their listening skills during these fun sessions of songs and rhymes. Parents, carers and babies are welcome from ages 0 to two years.
It's never too early to get their imaginations going and develop listening skills. Find weekly storytime sessions for children aged two to five.
Get creative with craft or colouring sessions for children aged from one to four and their parents/carers.
From beginners to budding Grand Masters, everyone is welcome to learn how to play this popular game at these sessions.
Improve your child's English and Maths and help them make new friends while playing the world's most popular word-based board game.
Crazy about books? Share your favourite books, discover new authors and meet new book-loving friends at this group for children aged from 10 to 15.
If your child loves a good read and is between 6 and 10, Chatterbooks will give them the chance to read and learn in a friendly, welcoming environment
Study support club
A problem shared is a problem halved - especially when it comes to homework. This club supports your child with studying.
Find one-to-one volunteer support for your child that will help them become better, more confident readers. For ages six and above.
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