We had to set out two tables for the last session as a large number of young people turned up. Hooray! This session revolved around creating a “new country” or working on a place that the young people loved in order to “map” a new land which they named Library Land (immediate consensus around this … More Read and Feed: Last day & celebration
“JennieJennieJennie! We wrote a story together! Look!” I’d just bundled myself through the library’s doors when three lads grabbed me to show me their creation entitled Spy Boy: Once there was a family with a dad, mum, brother, sister and baby boy. One day, the mum asked the brother to go to the shed to get … More Read and Feed: “Don’t call me Miss…”
The Trussell Trust, a network that runs over 400 foodbanks, helps to support some of the poorest people in the UK who depend on these resources. According to the Trust, between April 2015 and May 2016, there were 160,048 three-day emergency food supplies given to people in crisis in the north west of England. Using statistics from the 2011 UK Census, the Rochdale … More Read and Feed: reading, writing, social justice, & sandwiches.