BRADFORD Libraries are offering a host of fun family activities this Easter.

Library staff will be telling stories involving bunnies, Easter baskets and eggs and welcoming children and their families to join the fun.

Along with the storytime each library will be helping children and families to make Easter baskets with craft materials.

Bingley Library will also be searching for hidden eggs and holding a special colouring competition for young budding artists and there will be an Egg Hunt and special movie time at Heaton Hub Library.

A full list of all the activities in libraries for Easter is outlined below:

Keighley Library, Sat 20 April 11am Story & Easter Baskets

Bingley Library, Thurs18 April 2.30-4pm Easter crafts, Egg Hunt & Colouring Competition

Thornbury Library, Tues 16 April 10am - 12 Story and Easter Baskets

Thornbury Library, Weds 24 April 10am-12 Story and Easter Baskets

Shipley Library, Tues 23 April 2pm Story and Easter Baskets

Menston Library, Thurs18 April 3.30pm Story and Easter Baskets

Heaton Hub Library, Tues16 April 2-4pm Story and Easter Baskets

Heaton Hub Library, Sun 21 April 12 midday Egg hunt plus movie

Wyke Library, Tues16 April 2pm Story and Easter Baskets

Laisterdyke Library, Thurs18 April 2.30-3.30 Story and Easter Baskets

Clayton Library Thurs, 25 April 2.30pm Story and Easter Baskets

Eccleshill Library, Tues 16 April 2-3pm Story and Easter Baskets

Queensbury Library, Sat 20 April 10.30am Story and Easter Baskets

City Library, Sat 20 April 11am Story and Easter Baskets

Ilkley Library, Weds 18 April 10.15am Story and Easter Baskets

Libraries are also welcoming the Family Learning and Adult Skills team into their venues this Easter to work with families on other exciting craft activities.

They will take place from 10am to 3pm at the following libraries: Baildon Monday 15th April; Shipley Tuesday 16th April; Eccleshill Wednesday 17th April; Wyke Thursday 18th April; City Tuesday 23rd April; Keighley Wednesday 24th April; Bingley Thursday 25th April; Laisterdyke Friday 26th April.

Booking is not essential but large groups should contact the library.