Armley celebrates its heritage, Pudsey has a word scrum – and it’s Roald Dahl Day in Farsley!

2 September 2015

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West Leeds’s libraries are offering a diverse range of activities – from Roald Dahl days and Rugby World Cup ‘word scrums’ to celebrating local heritage.

A heritage fun quiz, a chance to design your own stained glass window radiator rubbings and an exhibition will be on offer as Armley Library encourages local residents to ‘get hands on’ with Armley’s heritage.

The event is held on Saturday, September 12 (10.30am-12.30pm).

Meanwhile you can drop by Pudsey Library for its free launch event to celebrate the start of the Rugby Union World Cup. The folks there are holding a fun word scrum – check the event out on Thursday September 17, 3.30-4.30pm. Event is suitable for under 12s.

And if heritage and rugby isn’t your cup of tea, you can immerse yourself of the world of Roald Dahl and children’s favourites such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the BFG.

A special interactive storytelling event with drama, games and characterisations, is being run by The Rainbow Factory, an interactive storybook play centre based in Farsley.

The free event is being held at Farsley Library on Monday 14 September, 4-5pm. The free event is suitable for children aged four to 10 years old.

 

 

 


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