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“We were thrilled to be able to facilitate Kindle Corner’s engaging storytelling session on the Library Piazza for Somers Town Festival 2022, which received an overwhelmingly positive response from festival-goers of all ages.

Salina’s creativity and innovation has built something truly wonderful for Camden children and the community at large, and we look forward to continuing our partnership in the future!”

Jamal Mohamed

Community Engagement

Manager British Library

“Camden council had the pleasure to work with Kindle Corner at a Christmas event on 16 December 2022 at Chalton Street Market in Somers Town.


We were impressed by their well-organised and thoroughly planned participation at the event. Through their extensive community network and local partnership work, they helped us to promote our event and brought a very diverse crowd to the event.


Their commitment to the community was hugely appreciated by all visitors. The
event was very well-attended by residents and families, most of whom came through the Kindle Corner network.


We look forward to continuing working collaboratively with Kindle Corner and delivering many more successful events for the community of Somers Town in the future.”

Jenny Kurktchieva

Circular Economy Project Manager

Camden Council

"Huge congratulations to Kindle Corner for a successful year of work in Somers Town.


I am indeed very proud of the work Kindle Corner has delivered for both children and parents- Kindle Corner provides early learning support and has been there to create a positive social and emotional environment for children to feel secure."

Samata Khatoon

Camden Councillor

“We love having Kindle Corner in the Story Garden. They have set up and run Storytelling and Stay and Play sessions with children and parents/carers.


Kindle Corner is rooted in the local Somers Town community and Salina brings her experience as a primary school teacher to the workshops, engaging young and old alike, with creative activities and bringing the love of reading and stories to all.”

Nicole Van den Eijnde

Joint Director

Learning and Education Global Generation

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