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Young reading enthusiasts needed for the Animal Agents Summer Challenge!


Libraries across the borough are looking for volunteers aged between 13-25 to get involved in the 2017 Summer Reading Challenge, Animal Agents.

The annual reading event for primary school children involves borrowing and reading different books, collecting clues and getting rewards including stickers. The scheme relies on the help of up to 150 young volunteers who support Norfolk library staff at each of the 47 libraries across the county and we need your help in Yarmouth! Get in touch with your local library at Yarmouth, Gorleston, Caister or Martham and sign up to get involved now.

School children can join in Animal Agents Summer Reading Challenge 2017 at their local library from mid July. We will be hosting launch parties and in September all our enthusiastic reader will be invited to a medal ceremony.

The campaign is produced nationally by The Reading Agency and is being delivered by libraries across the country.

The annual reading event for primary school children involves borrowing and reading different books, collecting clues and getting rewards including stickers. The scheme relies on the help of up to 150 young volunteers who support Norfolk library staff at each of the 47 libraries across the county and we need your help in Yarmouth! Get in touch with your local library at Yarmouth, Gorleston, Caister or Martham and sign up to get involved now.

School children can join in Animal Agents Summer Reading Challenge 2017 at their local library from mid July. We will be hosting launch parties and in September all our enthusiastic reader will be invited to a medal ceremony.

The campaign is produced nationally by The Reading Agency and is being delivered by libraries across the country.

Saturday Art Clubsketch Great Yarmouth College and Time and Tide Museum have teamed up to run 30 weeks of art activities inspired by museum collections. Young people (aged 13 – 16) have a fantastic opportunity to take part in a host of different art activities, take a trip to London galleries, work with a high-profile artist and see their work exhibited at Somersett House in London. This project is part of the national programme organised by the Sorell Foundation – http://saturday-club.org/

The club is currently full but If you want to join our waiting list please contact – amy.stock@norfolk.gov.uk