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Write like the Brontës in an afternoon

Image of a minature book

8 December 2012 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Central Library event - part of the 'Writing Britain' exhibition

 

Come and join award-winning writer Char March for this fun and fast-paced writing workshop all about your secrets. 

Char will help you understand how and why the Brontë sisters wrote their tiny little books in miniature writing, and will give you masses of inspiration for writing your very own little book of secrets. which you can take away afterwards.

Come for the full two-hours, or just drop by for 20 min’s. 

Families welcome as well as all the adults out there who are keen to write in really really tiny writing!

Part of the Writing Britain exhibition. ​

Price:   FREE

Contact details:   For further information please contact Enquiry Express
Tel 0113 2476016

Leeds Central Library
Calverley St
Leeds
LS1 3AB

Additional information:  

 

Central library 

Calverley Street
Leeds
LS1 3AB

t.   0113 247 6016

Details  

Local library. See the libraries pages for more information.

Facilities  

Internet access
Meeting rooms
Photocopier - black and white

Access  

There is on street parking only, and access is dependent on where the vehicle is parked.  The surface is mainly concrete and paving slabs with curbs in various conditions.  There is the possibility of crossing busy roads via pelican crossings.  There are several access points: 1) Victoria Gardens basement level access via either eight steps or ramp.  There is also level access via the Galley Shop/Brew Bar. Lift access to all floors. 2) Access via Art Gallery up a number of stairs or ramp through automatic doors.  These are automatic doors to the Art Gallery; Access to the library is through the Tiled Hall Café.  Access to other areas via lift.  3) Calverley street entrance up a number of stairs and through a heavy double door. Access to other floors via lift.  Accessible toilets are located in the basement area or in the Art Gallery and there is a Changing Places facility in the Gallery Shop.  The building has four floors, ground level to third.  All public library areas have low level counters and portable Induction loop is available if required.  Large keyboards, mouse, trackball, screen magnifier, Global Writer and Boardmaker are also available.

Public transport  

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

Parking  

NCP Parking nearby

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