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An event in Burntwood will aim to connect children with books.
Organised by the Broken Light Bulb community interest company, the free session will take place at Burntwood Library from 10.30am to noon on Saturday (23rd February).
It will focus on the works of Midlands author Loren Aviva Haigh.
Broken Light Bulb director Cathy Fellows said: “We are really excited to launch this free event highlighting local talent and diversity in books.
“We feel passionately that arts and cultural events should be as accessible as possible and so working with Burntwood Library to provide this new event for local families is exactly what Broken Light Bulb are about.”
No booking is necessary and Loren will be delivering a reading from her book as part of the session.
Margaret Jolley, of Broken Light Bulb, said: “This is just the start of some of the community-based events you’ll see from us.
“We are a collective of four women living in Lichfield who want to make a real difference to our locality.
“We hope that families in Burntwood will enjoy being able to attend our event and meeting with a local children’s author.”