Lipstick libraries micro-blogging, Upper Norwood, Jul 26

Join writer, journalist and blogger, Alice Purkiss, at this fun and informative blogging event at Upper Norwood Library, exploring the way social media can be used as a blogging platform, discovering cool people to follow on social media and talking about how social media can be cultivated as a healthy place to exist online.

Plus, while we explore ways to use social media for storytelling, you can relax, paint your nails and enjoy some nibbles.

Suitable for 11- to 16-year-olds, this session costs £3, and is held on Thursday, July  26, from 2pm to 4pm.

Click here to book your place.

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