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Who Ate the Gingerbread Man

Boy decorating biscuits photo

8 October 2013 10:00am - 11:00am

Decorate a biscuit and other fun activities


​Come along to Dewsbury Road Library and help us celebrate Children's Book Week with stories, a fairytale trail and a chance to decorate your own Gingerbread Man.


Price:   FREE

Contact details:   Contact Dewsbury Road Library, details below if you would like more information, otherwise please just drop-in on the day.

Additional information:  

Dewsbury Road library 

190 Dewsbury Road
LS11 6PF

t.   0113 395 1581


Local library. See the libraries pages for more information.


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This is an annex which is part of a multi service building.  Customer parking is available which includes two disabled parking bays immediately in front of the library entrance.  The surface is tarmac and concrete, well maintained and level.  Public transport is 30 metres away, however if going in the opposite direction there would be a need to cross a busy road via a pelican crossing 50 metres from the building.  Entrance is via two automatic doors.  Once in the building the library is on one level.  Accessible toilets can be found in the main One Stop Centre building adjacent to the library.  Touch screen monitor, large keyboard and mouse and Boardmaker are also available.  There are low level areas and an Induction loop is installed on the counter.

Public transport  

The library is on the local bus routes. Please contact Metroline for up-to-date travel information on (0113) 245 7676


The library has parking

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