Crafts keep youngsters entertained
THE summer holidays may be drawing to a close, but children across the county have still been getting out and about to make the most of free events on offer around Gloucester.
Gloucestershire County Council has been helping solve the boredom crisis for families by putting on special craft sessions in libraries.
Magic shows and puppet performances have also been keeping children entertained, with Longlevens library in Church Road the latest to host a 'Creepy Crawly' craft event.
The Creepy House summer reading challenge called on youngsters to read three of their favourite books, and visit the library to learn about bats, listen to dark stories and try their hand at making things.
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The events have also been held at Quedgeley, Newent, Churchdown and Tuffley libraries. For more information about activities in the library go to http://www.gloucestershire. gov.uk/funatalibrary.