chapter in yarn bombing craze hits Burnham-On-Sea Library!
yarn bombing craze extended into Burnham-On-Sea Library at the
weekend when dozens of books got colourful decorations.
Princess Street facilities allowed a group of local anonymous
yarn bombing enthusiasts to use the library for the unique event.
bombing was first
seen in Burnham in 2013 when a seafront shelter was decorated
before Marine Cove
was also yarn bombed last year.
60 donated books were decorated with colourful stripes and designs
as part of the ongoing craze," Burnham Library Supervisor
Nathan Crook told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
group wanted to do something unique and we were only too happy
to get involved."
has increased awareness in the library and brought in extra people
to see the display."
unique craze has been popular in other parts of the UK too where
public places have been adourned with multi-coloured artwork to
bring a smile to visitors' faces.
Burnham Library staff Nathan Cook, Chris Mower and Angela Evans
with the decorated books