Bookbug Shared Practice Event – Wednesday 4th March

Wednesday 4 March 2020

10am – 2:00pm (Registration from 9:30am) Canal Park, Clubhouse, Inverness IV3 5SS

Calling all Bookbug practitioners!

You’re invited to a half-day Bookbug Shared Practice Event in Inverness, where you can find out more about how Bookbug is being used by a whole range of practitioners in communities and family homes throughout your area and beyond. Share ideas, hear about innovative projects, get inspired and recharge your Bookbug battery!

This event is open to everyone who includes Bookbug in their work or is interested in hearing more about how they can be involved in Bookbug in their local area, whether you gift the Bookbug bags, lead Bookbug Sessions, use Bookbug in family homes, or have attended a Bookbug training course in the past.

The day will include –

  • Updates from the Bookbug Team
  • Presentations from local practitioners
  • Ideas sharing sessions
  • A networking lunch

The option to attend Music and Early Literacy OR Bookbug Explorer Bag training in the afternoon (add an additional registration ticket for this)

Have something to share?

If you have some Bookbug related practice that you would be willing to share through a presentation, poster or display, please contact let us know when you register.

Places at this event are funded by Scottish Book Trust and there is no cost for participants.

Click on the following link to register online:

https://bookbug-shared-practice-event-inverness.eventbrite.co.uk

Having problems signing up online? Call 0131 524 0179 or email bookbug@scottishbooktrust.com

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