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July 21, 2015
Story Camp has decided to journey around the borough of Hillingdon this summer.
The organisation will give children the opportunity to discover the beauty of stories. If Story Camp wants to produce promotional material about its tour around the borough, it could use printing services offering full colour printing in the Ruislip Manor area to achieve this. Councillor Douglas Mills, who has responsibility for community matters, has told the Hillingdon Times:
“As the Story Camp tours every Hillingdon library this summer, families will be able to hear stories, poetry and join in activities presented by professional storytellers, authors and trained library staff.”
Councillor Mills has pointed out that the camp has a distinct advantage over some rival services. This is because it can be limited in size for small events, while being large enough to cope with bigger occasions.
Story Camp is an initiative spearheaded by the local council, initially starting its work this year in Pinn Meadows in July. Poet John Hegley was the star of the show. He is well known for his comic performance poetry. Children can appreciate the way in which he seeks to obtain audience participation.
Other sessions have been pencilled in for a variety of dates. These events include meeting the writer Jackie Marchant. Story Camp will also be feature at the Hayes Carnival. Children may appreciate familiar surroundings too, perhaps attending sessions in Charville Library, Yeading Library and Botwell Green Library.