Literacy ladybirds have fun at Carillon Court

Carillon Court welcomed their Ladybird readers into the centre over the weekend as part of the ‘Love Loughborough Tales’ event celebrating the future through telling tales and storytelling workshops.

The event took place on Saturday 25th October and was part of a wider initiative in the town centre that focused on everything the people of Loughborough love about books. Carillon Court welcomed children to take part in a whole host of exciting reading and writing activity, as well as putting on live story telling.

The half term week was filled with exciting activity including illustrations and art and craft workshops across the town centre at both the Loughborough Library and Charnwood Museum who also put on fun activity for the family.

Baljit Kooner, Carillon Court Centre Manager, commented: “We were delighted to be part of the Loughborough Tales event and play our part in contributing to activity in the town centre. Everyone who came into the centre thoroughly enjoyed the activity and it was great to see so many children engaging in the story telling.

Education and especially literacy play a huge part in everyone’s life, so I think it is great to have put on an event like this and provide activity that could be both fun and educational.’