|RaW Cities Events|
- a month-long series of BBC storytelling events across Manchester and Salford
- events from 06 Jan - 04 Feb 2007
- all sessions are free
- for people of all ages to help improve their reading and writing skills
For more information, click on the links on the right hand side
Throughout January and early February there are nearly 200 free activities for adults with children aimed at making reading, writing and storytelling a fun activity.
Events will take place in libraries, supermarkets, shopping centres, museums, galleries, football clubs, workplaces and children's centres.
Activities will include visits by Doctor Who and Astrosaurs author, Steve Cole, who's coming to Salford to take part in an intergalactic event where the Tardis will also be present!
Storyteller and parenting practitioner, Vera Waters, will be explaining to childminders in Baguley how anyone can be a storyteller.
|You're never too young to enjoy reading|
BBC Radio Manchester's Terry Christian will be talking about his passion for writing and his favourite football team.
There will also be a free storytelling pack available for parents who are looking for help with their literacy skills to use with this children.
To get hold of a free pack or to find out about events near you call the BBC RaW helpline on 0800 150 950 or go to www.bbc.co.uk/RAW
For full details of events in January, call BBC Radio Manchester's interaction team on 0161 244 4321