|Judges Award||Freya Hammond||Pocket Sized Neve Saves the Day|
|Under 11||1st||Sophie Stone||The Pearl|
|Runner Up||Jacob Vorster||The Fox Catcher|
|Under 16||1st||Freya Handley||A Summary of My Life|
|Runner Up||Gabriela Stone||Moments can never be foretold|
|Over 16||1st||Sheila Walker||Cat and Mouse|
|Runner Up||Molly Hancock||Society Problem #249|
Awards were presented by Jill Hutchinson the Chair of FoSCL
The AGM held in the Library was well attended. Chair of FoSCL Jill Hutchinson told the meeting about the progress FoSCL had made in the past year and our plans for the future.Adele O'Connor has resigned from the Committee and Jill thanked her for her contributions to FoSCL. June Duckworth kindly offered to join the committee and the committee was duly re-elected.
The Friends were very pleased to welcome so many of you to join us for mince pies and other delights.We know that the biggest draw was Val's famous punch! Hope you all walked home! This event enabled us to thank all our Friends and Volunteers for their support over the past year.
The Library Lion is a wonderful interactive play for children aged four to seven based on a heart warming story written by Michelle Knudsen.
We watched a superb performance of the play by Untied Artists. It was brilliant and exceeded our expectations. The Actors kept the young audience captivated and fully involved from the beginning to the end. We hope they will come again.
The children and their parents had a wonderful morning.
Thank you to all the teams who entered
The Winning Team was Comets, who won by answering the tie break question – 'Including the antenna on the top, in metres, how tall is the Eiffel Tower?’
The Quiz raised £783 towards Library Funds
The raffle was particularly successful due to the wonderful prizes we received from our most generous contributors.
Do join us for our next Quiz in October 2019
The Friends have been busy spending money.With the profit from the Quiz night we now have a new sofa for you to curl up on. Rosemary and Annabel have a new bookcase behind their desk. There are two new red noticeboards and we will shortly be covering the other faded boards. We have purchased a Data Projector from the School and the projector screen will arrive this month.
We are very grateful to everyone who contributed prizes for the Tombola and books for us to sell.
The talks by authors Vera Morris and Tom Fort certainly captured the audience’s attention and we have been asked to hold another Writer’s evening in 2019!
Thank you Vera and Tom.