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Stratford children’s centre invites special guests to speak with children

PUBLISHED: 18:40 04 October 2013

Artist director of the Paralympic Games 2012 Jenny Sealey and Benjamin Zephaniah at The Discover Children's Story Centre

Artist director of the Paralympic Games 2012 Jenny Sealey and Benjamin Zephaniah at The Discover Children's Story Centre

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A children’s story centre in Newham marked its tenth anniversary with a question and answer session with special guests.

Artist director of the Paralympic Games 2012 Jenny Sealey and Benjamin Zephaniah at The Discover Children's Story CentreArtist director of the Paralympic Games 2012 Jenny Sealey and Benjamin Zephaniah at The Discover Children's Story Centre

Artistic director Jenny Sealey was invited to Discover Children’s Story Centre, Stratford, along with ‘Mr Gum’ best-selling author Andy Stanton and Arts Council chief Alan Davey to answer questions from eager children on Thursday, October 3.

The session was part of a week of birthday celebrations at the centre including a two-day family ‘birthday bash’ on October 5 and 6 with theatre makers, visual artists, musicians and ‘spoken word’ artists taking over the building.

The centre has reached a million youngsters through community and literacy projects and events in east London, inspiring children with a love of stories since 2003.

For more information go to www.discover.org.uk for full listings of the weekend’s events.


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