Author: Angie Prysor-Jones

When Snackbooks, our new intergenerational project, had to be suspended in March, some of the children from Magpies preschool decided they would like to keep in touch with their new-found friends. The residents of Moorside Place were delighted when a …

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Our latest lockdown newsletter is now available to read here with a summary of what some of you have been reading, sad news about Bob the streetcat whose story was such a favourite with all our groups, and the latest …

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Did you know that today marks the 150th anniversary of Charles Dickens’ death? Our latest lockdown newsletter features some news about what’s happening to mark the occasion, as well as an update on the re-opening of libraries.

Our latest Teabooks lockdown newsletter is here – and this week it features the new King Lear Awards for the over-70s. Enter your poem, story, composition, painting or script for a chance to win £1000, but hurry! The competition closes …

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So, as we enter the second month of life in lockdown, here is our third newsletter with a few ideas about how to fill the strange days! We’d love to hear what you have been reading, listening to, watching or …

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Take a look at our second newsletter here, designed to keep you up to date with all things book-related over the coming weeks! Do use the contact us info to drop us a line and let us know how you …

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Our TeaBooks groups aren’t able to meet at the moment, but we are still keen to stay in touch with our volunteers and members, so we’ve put together some ideas to keep our book lovers happy over the next few …

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