Encouraging a child to enjoy reading from an early age has a positive effect on their development and their learning providing great fun and enjoyment for children and families at the same time.
Story Clubs provide an informal and exciting way to support parents to encourage pre-school children with reading.
At each Story Club children and their carers can join in with songs and rhymes, listen to stories and enjoy a craft activity relating to the theme of the week’s story, entirely free of charge.
Story Clubs are restarting in the following Libraries from week commencing 8th November 2021:
Bettws Library - Monday 11am - 11.45am
Ringland Library - Wednesday 2pm - 2.45pm
Central Library - Thursday 11am – 11.45am
Malpas Library - Friday 11am – 11.45am
Book your place to meet and make friends and have fun encouraging a lifelong love of reading in your child; spaces are strictly limited so booking is essential.
Book your free place
To protect visitors the following preventative measures are in place:
- All visitors over the age of 11 must use a face mask (unless medical exemptions apply)
- To support the Test Trace Protect programme visitors will be required to provide their contact details which will be kept on file for 21 days.
- Staff monitoring of visitor numbers and management of entry if required
- Borrowers to use self-service kiosks wherever possible
The remaining Story Clubs in the following libraries will resume when COVID restrictions allow.
Tredegar House Library