Rosehill Library – the movie!

13 Apr

On Saturday 16th April from 2-4pm Pete Kyle a Suffolk-based film-maker will be in Rosehill Library. He is coming at the request of Rosehill Readers to make a short film of library users talking about what Rosehill library means to them. Anybody who wishes to be filmed is welcome to come along.

For example:

  • Individuals
  • Family groups who have used the library across the generations.
  • Book groups that use the library.
  • Parents who take part in Tot Rock, Baby Bounce, Story, Song and Rhyme Time.

This is our chance to create a permanent record of what Rosehill Library means to us and the part that it plays in our lives. You may like to talk about a favourite book, a meaningful group activity or specific point in your life when the library has been particularly important. There is no right or wrong thing to say. We are all unique and to each of us the library offers something different at different points in our lives.

The edited film will be available for viewing here as part of an on-line alternative to Suffolk County Council’s consultation document.

  • Please note that any children who wish to participate must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

We hope to see you on Saturday.


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