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We had lots of fun creating these cute baby owl pictures at the Shepherds Bush Library Tuesday Craft Club. The children used cotton wool balls for the fluffy little baby owls and added lots of details to make a night time owl … Continue reading
We had so much fun in our Summer Read Challenge Craft activity creating birds inspired by The Roly Poly Bird in Roald Dahl’s book ‘The Enormous Crocodile’. The children made big colourful birds out of card and tissue paper. The … Continue reading
For the third year running Hammersmith Library took part in the increasingly popular LBHF Arts Fest with a range of activities/events from Monday 6 June until Sunday 12 June. Kate Corkery Monday 6 June saw Kate Corkery visit Hammersmith Library … Continue reading
We have been celebrating Spring in Shepherds Bush Library this Easter half term by creating pretty blossom trees and birds. The blossom tree decoration is made from recycled cardboard and we added tissue paper and glitter to make them really … Continue reading
SPINE Festival encourages children and people of all ages to explore and express ideas creatively, to stand up and be heard, and to view their local libraries as the cultural spine of their community. SPINE Festival aims to engage more … Continue reading
Many “centuries ago,” when as a parent of primary school sons, my heart would sink with a request for help with homework even if they asked several days before the deadline. Given time to research the relevant information this would … Continue reading