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Stamford library becomes 'fun palace' as part of nationwide event




Stamford library became a ‘fun palace’ on Saturday as part of a nationwide event.

The library staged the event for the first time, which featured bookbinding, quilting, card-making, making flower posies and steampunk.

It also included Stamford artist Karen Neale creating a ‘fun city’ with children and 14-year-old singer Chloe Lorentzen writing a song that day, based on comments from the 100 people who visited the event. The song, called ‘Don’t judge a book by it’s cover’, was about not judging people on their appearance.

Library manager Lea Rickard said: “It was a lovely day. There was a kind of party atmosphere.”



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