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Turning the page on Wooler’s new library at open day

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A family open day will be held at Wooler Libraryon November 12 to showcase the new facility and all it has to offer, following its move to The Cheviot Centre in the middle of the town.

North East author Janet MacLeod Trotter ©

A range of events – including an appearance by well known North East of England author Janet MacLeod Trotter – will be laid on with children’s crafts and storytelling and an introduction to family history research all in the line-up.

Places are free, and there is no need to book in advance.

Events will include:

  • Children’s crafts and storytelling with Twottodo (10am-12pm)
  • An introduction to family history research with archivist Linda Bankier (11am-12pm)
  • Grace Darling dramatic story retelling  (1.30pm-2pm)
  • Encaustic art demonstration by Marion Sinton (1pm-3pm)
  • Meet the author session – Janet MacLeod Trotter, author of mystery novel The Vanishing of Ruth. There will also be question and answer session and a book signing (2.15pm-3.15pm)

There will also be sessions to introduce the public to Northumberland County Council’s library website. These will run from 10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm

For further information call 01668 282 123.


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