Mobile libraries taking part in Summer Reading Challenge

From 14 July to 2 September Norfolk County Council’s libraries are taking part in the Summer Reading Challenge.

This year Norfolk Library and Information Service is focusing on “Mischief Makers”; the challenge is to read six or more books over summer, and collect stickers as you go.
At the end of the challenge the child will receive a certificate of completion.
So if you know of any mischief makers who would love to take part in the challenge please bring them along to any local library or mobile library to receive your pack of goodies.
In the Reepham district, the mobile library visits:

  • Cawston – Monday, four weekly, next visiting 30 July and then 24 September (route no. CEN145)
  • Weston Longville – Wednesday, four weekly, next visiting 6 August and then 3 September (route no. CEN147)
  • Bawdeswell, Foxley, Great Witchingham, Lenwade and Sparham – Tuesday, four weekly, next visiting 31 July and then 28 August (route no. CEN243)
  • Elsing and Lyng – Wednesday, four weekly, next visiting 11 July and then 8 August (route no. CEN343)
  • Alderford, Booton and Swannington – Friday, four weekly, next visiting 3 August and then 31 August (route no. CEN540)

For specific times please see:, or email

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