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Storytelling that adds up with Liam Carroll

How will the Troll under the bridge cope with the goats who keep multiplying in number? If the smartest giant in town buys 12 new items of clothing and then gives half of them away, how many will he have left?  These and other important questions will all be answered in a fun and participatory way in the Count on Norfolk storytelling for numeracy event.

The stories, aimed at 4 – 7 year olds, will be told in a fun and interactive way with performance storyteller Liam Carroll. The session should leave children multiplying their demands for stories, being twice as impressed with learning and adding to their understanding of maths!

Tuesday 8 August             

Stalham  10:30-11:30

North Walsham 12:30-1

Mundesley  2.30-3.15

Wednesday 9 August

Hunstanton 11-11:45

Kings Lynn 2:30-3:15

Thursday 10 August

Hellesdon 11-12

Mobile Library Queens Hill (at Primary School) 2:30-3:15

Monday 14 August

Hingham 11-11:45

Wymondham 2-2:45

Wednesday 16 August

Costessey 10:30-11:15

Dereham 2:30-3:15

Thursday 17 August

Millennium Library  11-11:45

Earlham Library 2:30-3:30

Friday 18 August

Plumstead Road 10:30-11:15

Sprowston 2:30-3:15

Monday 21 August

Poringland 11-11:45

Loddon 2:30-3:15

Tuesday 22 August

Acle 10:30-11:15

Brundall  3-3.45

Wednesday 23 August

Diss 11-11:45

Harleston 2:30-3:15

Thursday 24 August

Attleborough 11-12

Long Stratton 2:30-3:30

Friday 25 August

Gorleston 11-12

Caister 2:30-3:15

Wednesday 30 August

Wroxham 10:30-11:15

Aylsham 1:30-2:15

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