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New book exchange scheme launched at King’s Lynn community centre

Launch of book exchange project at St Augustine's Centre, 
left to right Vicki Howling (CVS) and John Lee 16 from Churchill Park School

contact Vicki 07926 044845 or 01366 386972 ANL-140406-163151009

Launch of book exchange project at St Augustine's Centre, left to right Vicki Howling (CVS) and John Lee 16 from Churchill Park School contact Vicki 07926 044845 or 01366 386972 ANL-140406-163151009

A new book exchange, which aims to bring together those with learning difficulties and residents from North Lynn and North End, was launched at St Augustine’s Centre on Wednesday.

It has been organised by learning difficulties charity CSV and the North End and North Lynn partnership.

Borough councillor Andy Tyler for North Lynn, who is trained as a CSV support worker, said: “I’m very keen for those with learning difficulties to have the opportunty to become more confident and mix with the wider community.” The book exchange will be open from 2.30pm-3.30pm every Wednesday.

Vicki Howling, of CVS, and John Lee, a student at the Churchill Park School, are pictured above at the launch.

 

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