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Newton Aycliffe Library is situated on Central Avenue opposite the police station. The library is accessible, Supernova screen reading software and a large keyboard for people who are visually impaired are available. What's available? If you would like to browse the library catalogue, request an…
03000 269 519
The following free regular activities take place at Newton Aycliffe Library: Reading Group - first Friday of every month from 10.00 - 11.00am and third Thursday of every month from 5.30 - 6.30pm Toddler Time - call for more details Get Creative - every Tuesday from 1.00…
03000 269 519
Our Chatterbooks Childrens Group (for ages 7-11 years) offers choice of books to read, review and also take part in quizzes, treasure hunts and crafts all based on children's fiction. Key features: Reading Crafts etc Discussions helping confidence own opinions Gaining confidence in IT applications to…
03000 269 519
Let's All Boogie classes are a great way to have fun and get moving with your little ones.  Enjoy dancing and singing in a fun informal class while helping your child to develop physical, language and social skills. The free classes are for 18 months…
03000 266 382
We offer a range of services and activities for children aged 0-5 and their families across County Durham. As well as delivering services in our children’s centres, we also make use of other community facilities and venues such as libraries, community centres, leisure centres and…
03000 263 666

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