From Wednesday, 18 May through Saturday, 4 June, East Riding Libraries will celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with various fun activities and events.
The event will be held in Beverley at the local library on Friday 27 May. Places for the event in Beverley can be booked online.
For children aged four to eight, there will be special Storytime sessions, ‘Tea with the Queen’. They will be a chance to find out what happens when Ava and her invisible cat, Squishy McFluff, visit the Queen on their trip to London.
Children aged three and under will be able to participate in ‘The Queen’s Hat’ Bounce and Rhyme Storytimes. Where will the Queen’s Hat end up when it is blown off her head by the wind?
You will have the opportunity to participate in both of these events and enjoy the story, as well as fun activities.
Councillor Mike Medini, the portfolio holder for cultural and leisure assets, said: “These events in East Riding Libraries will be a great way for younger children to celebrate this great occasion! I know they will be very popular and enjoyable!”
All the events and sessions are free of charge but booking in advance is needed at some locations.