Reading a book can be very private experience, so why share what you read? I met Angela Bernard, a volunteer from Stanhope Hall Wellbeing to talk about her new book club, and why she thinks books are for sharing.
Here are our five top reasons:
- Meet new and interesting people
- Read something new you wouldn’t otherwise read
- Talk about things you think are important in your books
- It’s nice to have some food and drink while you chat
- Make friendships
But don’t take our word for it, listen to Angela explaining why you should join her ‘Great Beginnings’ Book club:
Great Beginnings Book Club starts on Tuesday 27th March and continues every Tuesday after that. It takes place at:
6-7 Ketley Croft
If you have a passion for reading or just want to make new friends then go along and join Stanhope Hall’s reading group – refreshments available.
Contact Angela – firstname.lastname@example.org