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Every library in Birmingham runs the Summer Reading Challenge each summer holidays. The challenge to children is to read 6 books during the school holidays and write reviews of the books. There are incentive rewards along the way and a … Continue reading
Do you have a passion for reading? Are you looking for a really rewarding volunteering experience that will change a child’s life? Life is better when everyone can read well and express themselves confidently. Sadly, that isn’t always the case. … Continue reading
**********************************Update 17th Feb – reopens Tuesday 4th March********************* Our councillor John O’Shea told us at the Public Meeting last night that they hoped the building would be back in council control on 19th February and then it would take about 10 days to … Continue reading