Borough library activities for autumn half term

Parents can keep youngsters busy this half term with free activities taking place at Dudley borough libraries.

Children and families can join in with the fun at Brierley Hill, Coseley, Cradley, Dudley, Gornal, Halesowen, Kingswinford, Long Lane, Lye, Netherton, Sedgley Stourbridge and Wordsley libraries.

Sessions vary at each centre with activities such as Halloween and bonfire crafts, Lego clubs, film clubs, board games, storytelling, storywriting, Rattle and Rhyme and Bikeability on offer. Councillor Ian Bevan, cabinet member responsible for libraries, said:

“As part of our Child Friendly Dudley initiative, we want all our children and young people to enjoy learning and playing in their local community.

“I’m delighted that borough libraries are offering these free fun activities this half term, and I would encourage families to get down to their local library to find out more.”

Stephanie Rhoden, Dudley partnership manager at GLL, added: “We have lots of great sessions on offer in Dudley borough libraries this half term and as always, we are expecting a lot of interest from local families.

“People can find out more by contacting their local library or by searching our Facebook tag – Dudley Libraries.”

People can find out more from their local library or through Facebook and are urged to pre-book sessions where suggested. 


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