Supporting our Ukrainian community since 2015, run and led by local Ukrainian families.
Join Lydia on Monday 20 April at 1.30pm as she twists and turns her way around the vegetable toddler dilema of our age, to eat the pea or to not eat the pea. Lydia will be reading Give Peas a Chance, a book with one of the greatest plot twists at the end since Murder on the Orient Express.Read more
Join Annie on Wednesday 22 April at 1.30pm as she reads Handas Surprise. Handa the heroine of the tale takes a journey to visit her best friend laden with fruit, but will she and her gifts get there?
Join Leanne and her two little ducklings at 1.30pm on Tuesday the 21st April as they read Duck in the Truck. This cautionary tale of Duck and his farmyard friends is a great advert for car breakdown services.Read more
Join Aum at 1.30pm on Thursday 23 April as she retells the story of the nations most infamous tale of trespass, vandalism and theft; Golidlocks and the Three Bears.Read more
Princess Poppy would rather eat her toenails then marry prince Humperdink, but she only has a few hours to find the perfect prince. Even worse, she’s being followed around by a talking frog. Join Aum to find out what happen Thursday 16th April at 1.30pm
How do you resist the most amazing cake ever? Especially when your mum has left a note saying that you MUST NOT eat the cake? Join Mandy and Lydia as they try their hardest not to eat the cake in their live story telling session on Friday 17th April.Read more
Come along and join our online community for storytime at 1.30pm Friday 10 April as Namrata reads Lula and the Sea Monster.
Lula lives in a house next to the beach with her family, Lula is desperate to protect the beach and its wildlife, but how will a small girl like her be able to do it? Don’t forget to get creative making Sea animal in your imagination and show us after story.Read more
Join Annie and friends as they read Sharing a Shell at 1.30pm Wednesday 8 April. How will the inhabitants of a rock pool survive after the loss of thier homes? Can they pull together to start a new life?
Join Aum as she reads The Tale of A Naughty Rabbit at 1.30pm on Thursday 9 April. There aren't many stories about naughty rabbits. That's because rabbits usually know how to behave themselves. But not this one. This is the story of a very naughty little rabbit who becomes quite fat after sneaking under a gate, and stumbling into a huge vegetable patch.Read more