Unless otherwise stated, all events take place in Sutton Coldfield Library.

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8 9 10Family History Help DeskFamily History Help DeskTime: 13:00 - 15:00
Queries about any aspect of Family History research welcomed, whether relating to Sutton Coldfield families or those from across the UK. Booking not essential, but recommended if you wish to guarantee time with our expert volunteer Family History researcher during Help Desk hours:
https://bookwhen.com/foliosuttoncoldfield/
FREE
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ElderberriesElderberriesTime: 13:30 - 15:00
Aged 50+? Come and meet up with others at our Elderberries events - an opportunity to share memories of Sutton Coldfield. Refreshments provided. Sutton Coldfield Library
11 12Lego Club for Homeschooling FamiliesLego Club for Homeschooling FamiliesTime: 13:00 - 14:30
Home Ed Lego Club at Sutton Coldfield Library
£2 per family
Booking essential via homeedlego@gmail.com
Please note: These lego sessions are for home educating families only.
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13Lego Club for New FamiliesLego Club for New FamiliesTime: 13:00 - 14:30
Like our regular lego club, but this is only for families who haven't previously attended a lego club at Sutton Coldfield Library. Tickets are free, but must be booked. Booking opens one month before each session.
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15Every Bunny Needs a HomeEvery Bunny Needs a HomeTime: 11:00 - 15:00
Join rabbit rescue charity Fat Fluffs at this FREE special rabbit awareness event where you can not only meet some rescue rabbits, but also learn all about everything you need to consider should you wish to keep rabbits at home. Learn about rabbit welfare, make a toy to keep rescue rabbits happy, get plenty of free advice and much more! Fat Fluffs is a rabbit rescue and sanctuary based in Hampton in Arden. Its aim is to rescue and rehome unwanted, neglected and abused rabbits and to educate the local community in good animal care.
They take in all sorts of rabbits and as far as possible, find them loving forever homes. For those with more challenging personalities or continuing health problems they provide sanctuary for them and they stay as part of the family.
The rescue has been going since 2008 and in that time it has rehomed more than 1,000 rabbits.
Earlier in the year its founder Chloe won an award with the IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) for services to small animals.
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