Kadence gives back to Honiton Library

PUBLISHED: 07:30 11 July 2015 | UPDATED: 11:02 14 July 2015

Kadence Cheffey aged 6 with her book track award and a set of books that she gave as a gift to Honiton library to say thank you. Ref mhh 9731-27-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Kadence Cheffey aged 6 with her book track award and a set of books that she gave as a gift to Honiton library to say thank you. Ref mhh 9731-27-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

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The six-year-old donated a set of books to the library to say thank you for the help she received.

A selfless youngster who recently completed her Booktrack Gold award has made a donation to the library that helped her.

Six-year-old Kadence Cheffey donated a set of books to Honiton Library to say thank you for the help she received.

Library supervisor Linda Isaacson said: “In all the time we have done Booktrack, she is the first ever child to donate books to the library. Thank you, we are all really pleased.”


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