Seaton Library enjoys busy summer

PUBLISHED: 11:33 10 September 2009 | UPDATED: 00:09 16 June 2010

Seaton Library has had a busy summer, with activities for people of all ages.

Seaton Library has had a busy summer, with activities for people of all ages.

The activities included a Finding Nemo workshop with Plymouth Marine Aquarium; the making of wizards, fairies and dragons; and a visiting young choir who came from the Sidmouth folk festival to sing a few songs.

In September there will be an event for the grown-ups, as author Simon Hall will be talking about crime reporting and writing crime fiction.

The youth drop-in sessions will start again on Thursdays between 5pm - 7pm on September, 10. These provide internet access, games and music for anyone aged 13-19.


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