Magical month for young Harry Potter fans at Sudbury Library
PUBLISHED: 05:30 06 February 2019 | UPDATED: 17:59 06 February 2019
Muggles, witches and wizards will be gathering at Sudbury library throughout February to celebrate Harry Potter Month.
The library is running sessions celebrating the adventures of the boy wizard and his friends, and the advice is to book places now.
It is now more than 20 years since the first of J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter books hit the shelves, and library and information adviser Trudi Salter said the stories remained as popular now as when they were first published.
“Younger children love it, it’s probably one of the most popular things that we do here,” she said.
“We do activities you see in the films such as the sorting hat ceremony and it’s a lot of fun.”
The first activity is on Friday with the Harry Potter book night. Tickets are £3 per child and must be booked in advance.
The following night there is a Lego build for members of the Lego club, and for the half-term of February 16-24 there will be activity packs for youngsters to complete such as finding hidden Horcruxes in the library.
There will also be a Sunday children’s club.