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Library visit is out of this world for Haverhill pupils

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Students from three schools were brought together at Haverhill Library united by vivid imaginations and a love of reading.

Youngsters from Place Farm Academy, Samuel Ward Academy and Castle Manor Academy visited the library recently to celebrate what they had achieved during World Book Day.

During the day the children, working under a Sci-Fi and Fantasy theme, were given the task of creating a robot or a wizard, with most opting for the robot.

Becca Neal, chair of the Haverhill Local School Library Network, which organised the event, said: “School Libraries are often a sanctuary for children and young people; the aim of the network is to offer great experiences for these children, build confidence and social skills, as well as promoting a love of reading.

“We look forward to working closely with the Haverhill Library again in the future as well as the other schools in the town.”

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