Posted: Wednesday 1st August 2018
Bring a hat, good shoes, and some sunscreen!
This summer, Hertfordshire libraries are heading outside for Story Walks. We’ll be taking advantage of the (hopefully still) excellent weather and going out into the local parks to hunt for bugs, read some favourite stories, and explore the local parks, gardens and towns.
We’ve got some walks for adults and some walks for families. Our first few confirmed walks, all for children and parents, will be at:
Bishops Stortford Library, on the 22August 2018 from 3 - 4pm. Suitable for children up to 8 years old. Put on your favourite hat and join us for a stroll around Castle Gardens as we enjoy ‘You must bring a hat!’ by Simon Philip and Kate Hindley.
Oakmere Library, on the 23 August from 3 - 4pm, suitable for ages 5+; and Hoddesdon Library on the 31 August from 10.30 - 11.30am, suitable for ages 4+. We will be exploring local nature, taking a stroll and seeing what wildlife we can spot.
Our walks for adults will be coming soon – so watch this space for more details about walks on local history, and book discussions.
Refreshments will be available afterwards at the library.
Spaces are limited, so booking is essential. Book your place on a Story Walk at the library hosting the event.
These are free events, but donations are welcome.
Remember to come prepared for the weather, be it rain or shine, and wear shoes you are comfortable walking in. All of our walks are gentle and accessible.