Reading help for adults in Norfolk Libraries
Do you, or someone you know have difficulty reading?
One in six adults struggles with reading. Research shows that when people read for pleasure they benefit from far greater opportunities in everyday life, education and employment.
The Norfolk Reading Pathway is a FREE programme which is available across all Norfolk Libraries and is open to any adult who would like support to become a more confident reader.
Community Librarian Alison Thorne said: “We match learners with one of our volunteer coaches and they work through the ‘Yes we can Read' handbook together.
“Coaching sessions are usually weekly for up to an hour, at a time to suit everyone; our coaches are friendly, positive, and encouraging.”
If you know someone who needs support or would just like to find out more, contact your local library, call 0344 800 8020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Town and Around produces 14,000 copies a month with an estimated total readership of 35,000 hard copy and online. Established in 2005 we distribute around King’s Lynn and West Norfolk. If your business would like to reach this local audience please contact: email@example.com or call 07533 088196 or 01485 540620.