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In order to cultivate a society in which an appreciation of reading and writing is prevalent and to encourage these media as forms of creative self-expression, the Trust has created a series of imaginatively themed creative spaces for young people.

Allowing young people to be immersed in a literary and visually stimulating environment allows them the opportunity to discover literature in their own way and at their own pace. These spaces encourage them to consider picking up a book or writing a short story in these beautiful spaces instead of switching on the television.

The spaces have all been created from donated and recycled material, which ties in directly with MTCBC Re-use scheme. Volunteers donated their time and talent to build the spaces up from literally nothing but an empty room. Several of these volunteers have gone on to full time employment as a result of their work on these projects.

For further information on our Artistic Libraries please click any of the stories below to find out more:

> Creative Libraries - 10th December, 2013
> Asda Donates Carrier Bag Monies - 10th June, 2013
> Gruffalo Library Opening - May 14th , 2013
> Narnia Library
> Trefechan Nursery Library - April 9, 2013
> Trefechan Nursery Library Project - March 22, 2013

> Scrumdiddlydumptious! - January 9, 2013
> Narnia and Beyond - October 3, 2012