There will be a host of Easter themed activities taking place in Bradford Libraries this month.
The free family activities will include Easter egg hunts, crafts and competitions.
Shipley Library will have Easter stories and making Easter baskets on Tuesday, 11 April at 2pm and on Tuesday, 18 April at 2pm there will be bunny ears craft.
Easter stories and crafts will be taking place at Ilkley Library on Wednesday, 12 April at 10.15am.
Keighley Library will have a design an egg competition on Wednesday, 12 April at 11am until 11.45am and Saturday, 15 April at 11am until 11.45am.
Laisterdyke Library will be having stories and making birds nests on Thursday, 13 April at 3pm.
Easter stories and Easter basket crafts will be on offer at Manningham Library on Thursday, 13 April at 2pm and Thursday, 20 April at 2pm.
Wibsey Library will have Easter stories and crafts on Thursday, 13 April at 2pm.
Bradford City Library will have Easter storytime and crafts on Saturday, 15 April at 11am.
Coun Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Environment, Sport and Culture, said: “There are plenty of fun activities taking place in our libraries throughout the district during the Easter holidays. There is something for everyone to enjoy and we hope that people will come down to their local library to see what is on offer.”
For more information contact Susan Brewster-Craig, Bradford Council’s Development Officer Early Years and Bookstart, on 01274 433684.