The Holbrooks library and HCCA are hosting this years summer reading challenge Mischief Makers! Children up to the age off 11 can participate in the challenge and receive a prize at the medal ceremony. Children under 4 are encouraged to read a total of 6 picture books. The children should visit a total of 3 times to collect stickers and collect new books. Children aged 4-11 are asked to read 6 books and are encouraged to visit 3 times to collect stickers and 3 different prizes. This years challenge is based in Beano Town so feel free to wander down to HCCA and discover the wonders of Dennis the menace. We hope to see you soon!

Join HCCA on a trip to London on Monday 20th August, all proceeds will support the restoration of the Holbrooks Community Garden vandalised in June this year. The coach will leave from outside the Holbrooks Community Care Association Building on Holbrook Lane at 8am sharp, so please arrive by 7.45am. You can park your car, at your own risk, in the Unicorn Social Club car park whilst on the trip. The coach journey will take approximately 2 1/5 hours not including any comfort breaks. Once in London you will be dropped off by the House of Lords and escorted through security and into The Houses of Parliament, where you will be taken on a guided tour of both the House of Lords and the House of Commons. There will be an opportunity to view the Women in politics exhibition in Westminster Hall. The tour takes approximately 1 ¼ hour. After the tour you will have free time until 6pm, collection will be at the same location as the morning drop off, the coach will return home to arrive in Coventry at approximately 8.30pm. The total cost of the tickets are £16 per seat. We hope you can come! To book a ticket please contact us either by phone 02476 638681 or email us on!

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We at HCCA have some upsetting news to share. In June the HCCA garden was broken into and vandalised with items stolen such as the children’s fairy garden. We feel a great amount of distress that this act has occurred as the garden was only renovated in 2017. We would be incredibly grateful to anyone who would be willing to donate plants or help tidy the garden so the children’s story time sessions with the Holbrooks library can recommence.