THERE was something for everyone at Crediton Library’s annual Fun Palace on Friday, October 6 and Saturday, October 7 including art, craft, culture, music and games. 

On Friday the session for teenagers included them following clues to find letters hidden around the library and solving the anagram (surprisingly FUN PALACE). 

All ages, from a toddler upwards, had-a-go at playing the hand pan drum with Clifford. Everyone learnt quickly and sounded very musical. 

The weather was good and as this meant that the activity could be enjoyed outside on a rug on the library decking. The relaxing sounds no doubt drifting across the park.

There was a visit from Amie, the Fun Palace’s Producer, who said how much she had enjoyed the afternoon and her first time playing the pan drum.  

On Saturday there was an opportunity to create some colourful autumn craft pictures followed by Isla and her lovely singing. 

Michael then put on a very absorbing art session, having brought a range of his art materials for people to use while they enjoyed drawing a person in various positions under his expert guidance.

Sue Lee, Crediton Library Supervisor said: “Thank you to all our Fun Palace makers, volunteers and attendees who made our sixth Fun Palace. 

“It was a great atmosphere in the library with all the different activities going on.”

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