Children from Morden Primary School had a mad time on World Book Day (Thursday 4 March) when author and Merton resident, Tony Hawks, volunteered to run a mad treasure hunt in Morden Library.
Tony, renowned for his humorous travel books stemming from mad bets, was the ideal person to set a challenge the children in the library with a treasure hunt.
Tony agreed to run the event with the library as part of the CSV (Community Service Volunteers) Lending Time Project, which is working in partnership with Merton Library & Heritage Service to create rewarding volunteer opportunities to add value to library services
Tony said: “Volunteering in the library is a great way to get involved and make a difference. Getting involved on World Book Day is a fantastic way to show the huge variety of books which are available in local libraries”
Andrew Chadwick, Lending Time Project Manager said: “Volunteering is a fantastic way to share skills or learn new ones. Volunteers can really add value to the library through activities”.
Anyone interested in finding out more can contact Andrew Chadwick, Lending Time Project Manager on 8648 4070 or ask in your local Merton library.
Andrew Chadwick, Lending Time Project Manager
Mitcham Library, London Rd, Mitcham CR4 2YR
Tel: 020 8648 4070