Half term activities on offer at Lancashire libraries

Marcus Johnstone
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A range of activities are on offer for children and young people to enjoy in Lancashire libraries this half-term holiday.

Whether it’s enjoying a circus show and then testing out your skills, taking part in an acoustic sounds session or going along to a ‘Spooky Tuesday’ children’s Halloween event, there’s something for everyone.

Other activities include attending a witches and wizards workshop or listening to Dan Worsley’s ‘Impossible Tales’ and joining in with the characters he creates.

County Coun Marcus Johnstone, cabinet member for environment, planning and cultural services, encouraged youngsters to join in.

He said: “We’ve got lots of fun activities taking place in libraries for the half-term holiday.

“Many of them are suitable for children and young people of different ages. Whatever the weather, families can come along and have fun.”

Booking a place is essential for most of the activities.

Many of the activities are free.

Anyone who lives in the UK can join a Lancashire library, either online or by visiting in person. It’s free and there are no age restrictions.

To book a place, or to find out more information and costs for events to be held in libraries near where you live, call 0300 123 6703 or go to www.lancashire.gov.uk/libraries