This is a brand new reading group for ages 11 and over starting on 13th October.
This is a reading group for young people where you decide what novels to read. Discuss new authors, share book reviews, ideas for the group or even bring a favourite book to share with others who love reading, chatting, and having fun.
2nd Friday of the Month
4.15 pm-5.00 pm
Try our Teenage Reading Group and find out what other people are reading and talking about right now!
It meets at Sidcup Library on a Saturday morning once a month, contact Sidcup Library for details!
Bexley Battle Gamers is a fantastic group that brings together fans of tabletop wargaming and collectable card games (CCGs). Our sessions are for anyone aged 11-19, they are held weekly and are free of charge. We also have a Facebook page.
|Crayford Library||Every Tuesday||6.15pm-8.45pm|
Tues 12 Dec - Club Open
Tues 19 Dec - Club Open
Tues 26 Dec - Club Closed
Tues 2 Jan - Club Closed
Tues 9 Jan - Club Open
Feel free to come along, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Games Bexley Battle Gamers are currently playing include:
|Warhammer 40,000||Dungeons and Dragons|
|Star Wars X-Wing Miniatures Game||Magic: The Gathering|
|Flames of War||Munchkin|
Bexley Battle Gamers - Trip to Wayland Games Centre
Earlier this year, 7 members of the Bexley Battle Gamers club at Crayford Library chose to visit a local gaming centre using money awarded by the Jack Petchey Foundation to club member Michael (19) after giving up his own time to design and run a series of campaign games. This funding is awarded to recognise achievement in young people, and covered travel to the centre along with the purchase of several new games and accessories for the club, chosen by members. The trip was supported by staff from Bexley Libraries and Bexley Youth Service, and activites at the Wayland Games Centre included some large games of Warhammer 40k over some excellent terrain, and demonstration of the sci-fi skirmish game Infinity.
A few quotes from the young people who attended:
- "A fun experience, really enjoyed trying new games."
- "Much better than staying at home on a Saturday!"
- "We got lots of cool stuff to bring back and play at the library club."