Find out how we helped Rushden library start a new club

Our Activity Bags have been a huge help to people during Covid.  One of our most popular activity requests has been jigsaws. Not everyone wants to keep a jigsaw once they’ve completed it and so we asked our recipients to return them  to us if they didn’t want to keep them.

Several months ago, Rushden Library mentioned that they would love to start a Jigsaw Club when Covid guidance allowed. We thought this was an excellent idea and as we had some jigsaws from our Activity Bag Project we decided to donate them to the library to get the club started.


Selection of jigsaws

Some of the jigsaws donated to Rushden Library and their new Jigsaw Club

Recently we delivered a selection of jigsaws to Rushden Library, they loved the varied choice on offer which includes large piece jigsaws, as well as 500 and 1000 pieces.  There are many assorted designs catering for both modern and traditional tastes.

If Rushden is your local library do pop along and speak to a member of staff about the club.

Library Manager with selection of jigsaws

Rushden Library Manager, Liam Dorney with a selection of jigsaws.


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