Press Release: Learn how to make armpit fudge at the Isle of Man Family Library

Family Library logo Have you ever wondered how to make armpit fudge? If so, then you should get yourself down to the Family Library in Douglas on Tuesday, August 13.

It is holding a drop-in session on making Augustus Gloop’s Armpit Fudge – the latest in a season full of activities to tie in with the Family Library’s summer reading scheme on the theme of the Roald Dahl favourite Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

The drop-in session is from midday to 1.45pm and is open to children of any age. There is no need to book in advance and it costs just £2 to take part.

It is one of many sessions and workshops that are being held over the summer.

This year is the seventh in-house summer reading scheme designed by the Family Library and numbers are up on previous years.

The Junior Reading Club has a Hansel and Gretel theme for its scheme.

You can keep up to date with activities on the Summer Reading Scheme by looking up Family Library on Facebook and visiting the website

The Family Library is in Westmoreland Road, Douglas, next to the children’s playground. For more information call 640650.

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