Summer fun for the family at St John's library

Worcester News: Summer fun for the family at St John's library Summer fun for the family at St John's library

SUMMER fun is to be had by all as the Summertime in St John's event launches tomorrow (Saturday).

There will be different activities that will take place at the library, in Bromyard Road, between 10am and 4pm, which will get the whole family involved.

At 11am tomorrow there will be story time with Neil Alderson, from 11am until 3pm Life in the rainforest will be in the library with animals, and from 1pm until 3pm the Worcester Concert Brass Band will be performing.

There will also be refreshments served along with a country market and a showcase of some of the adult learning taster sessions available.

Lucy Hodgson, Worcestershire County Council cabinet member with responsibility for localism and communities, said: "The library really is coming alive this summer with so many activities for all of the family. We have provided as many interesting events as possible and we hope to see as many of our local residents here at the library as possible."

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6:09pm Fri 20 Jun 14

liketoknow says...

Bromwich road?
Bromwich road? liketoknow
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8:04pm Fri 20 Jun 14

High Time says...

If anyone reading this and was thinking of going the library is in Bromyard Road. Any chance you could correct your mistake W/N.
If anyone reading this and was thinking of going the library is in Bromyard Road. Any chance you could correct your mistake W/N. High Time
  • Score: 4

8:51pm Fri 20 Jun 14

CJH says...

That's the problem, they don't know, or recognise, when they make a mistake. They leave it to us to pick up the errors, and there have been quite a few this week. Monkeys and typewriters comes to mind. I have my doubts whether anyone at the WN (and don't forget it's OUR WN!) either comes from, or has lived in Worcester. Local knowledge is appalling. It should be essential in a local paper.
That's the problem, they don't know, or recognise, when they make a mistake. They leave it to us to pick up the errors, and there have been quite a few this week. Monkeys and typewriters comes to mind. I have my doubts whether anyone at the WN (and don't forget it's OUR WN!) either comes from, or has lived in Worcester. Local knowledge is appalling. It should be essential in a local paper. CJH
  • Score: 4

8:57pm Fri 20 Jun 14

liketoknow says...

should be an employment opportunity for local people
should be an employment opportunity for local people liketoknow
  • Score: 2

9:12am Sat 21 Jun 14

I'm_not_bitter says...

High Time wrote:
If anyone reading this and was thinking of going the library is in Bromyard Road. Any chance you could correct your mistake W/N.
Apparently not!
[quote][p][bold]High Time[/bold] wrote: If anyone reading this and was thinking of going the library is in Bromyard Road. Any chance you could correct your mistake W/N.[/p][/quote]Apparently not! I'm_not_bitter
  • Score: 3

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