Time for rhyme – Ilford children get their faces painted and stretch their vocal chords
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Young children got to enjoy nursery rhymes and face-painting at Gants Hill Library.
Under-fives took part in a fun “Rhyme-time” session at the library in Cranbrook Road and got to hear some favourite classic children’s stories.
And to top that, they then got to have their faces painted in a range of colourful designs.
Four-year-old Ella Smyth chose striking pinks and yellows for her go with member of staff Caroline Rudwick.
And three-year-old Sudarshan Suresh looked terrific as a tiger complete with black nose and whiskers.
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For more information about events at the library, visit the libraries page at www.redbridge.gov.uk.
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