Children have cracking time at library

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YOUNGSTERS had a cracking time at St John's Library in Worcester when they took part in an Easter Craft Eggs'travaganza.

The Worcestershire County Council-run library, held the event yesterday (Thursday) for children aged between four and eleven.

They designed their own colourful Easter cards and had the opportunity to plant some vegetable and sunflower seeds to take home and grow.

And customers who borrowed three items during the event were able to collect a free mini Easter Egg.

Paul Etheridge, St John's Library manager, said the morning was a great way to rekindle people's relationship with the library.

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