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Thursday morning fun at Armley Hub

By Ivor Hughes

Are Thursday mornings at Armley Library and Community Hub worthy of Royal Approval?

The Princess of Wales has recently undertaken to encourage and support the development of children during their earliest years. Leeds City Council were already ahead of the game at Armley Library.

Learning activities for the under fives

With both Thursday morning activities in the library section, there is obviously some interchange between Story Time (pre-school storytelling and singing) and Family Breakfast Banter (games and reading for parents and under fives).

Story Time is from 10.30am to 11am with an optional extension to 11.30am. Family Breakfast Banter is from 10.30am to 11.30am

Assistant Librarian Alison Bedford organises Story Time and may be contacted through the library, where explanatory leaflets are available. Lead contact for both, Kirsty Jamieson, runs the Family Breakfast Banter; Kirsty.Jamieson@leeds.gov.uk or 07566 759576.

The King approves the saving of resources, as did his late father. Cheryl, from Armley, is hoping to make a career as a seamstress. Here she is part way through repurposing a pair of trousers as a skirt. Photo: Ivor Hughes

A stitch in time

Also on a Thursday morning, from 10am to 12pm downstairs, Hannah Gardiner runs sewing classes. She runs two more at Armley Mill on Friday mornings and afternoons. All levels of proficiency are taught and demonstrated, from stitching hems to full dressmaking.

The sewing classes have proven so popular that all are fully subscribed. Enquiries and places on the waiting lists to Hannah.sewingclass@gmail.com

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