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Stamford Library celebrate the magic of Harry Potter




Harry Potter session at Stamford Library pictured are Jane barber (left) and Chloe Gregory (right) with Christopher Gibbon, Nicholas Gibbon, Adam Clipsham and Toby Woodward (centre). EMN-150602-153239009
Harry Potter session at Stamford Library pictured are Jane barber (left) and Chloe Gregory (right) with Christopher Gibbon, Nicholas Gibbon, Adam Clipsham and Toby Woodward (centre). EMN-150602-153239009

The magical world of Harry Potter was brought to life by youngsters at Stamford Library.

The library in High Street, Stamford, held a day of activities to mark Harry Potter Book Night on Thursday last week and 35 children, many of them dressed as the young wizard, joined in with the fun which included trying on a sorting hat to see if they were a Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw or Slytherin.

Team leader at the library Lea Rickard said it was a great event, which the staff enjoyed just as much as the children. The library is now considering making it an annual event.

Our picture above shows, Jane Barber, left, and Chloe Gregory, right, with Christopher Gibbon, Nicholas Gibbon, Adam Clipsham and Toby Woodward, centre. Photo: David Lowndes

l On Tuesday, health trainer Imogen Shaw will be at the library from 9.30am to 4.30pm to discuss various matters relating to health including diet, low self-esteem, quitting smoking and becoming more active. You can either drop in and have a chat with her or arrange an appointment for a later date.



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