Wymondham girl wins medieval themed mobile library naming competition

Imogen with newly named mobile library. Picture: Norfolk County Council

Imogen with newly named mobile library. Picture: Norfolk County Council - Credit: Archant

A Wymondham girl has won a competition to name a medieval themed mobile library.

Imogen was joined by family as she was presneted with her prizes in Sir Learnalot. Picture: Norfolk

Imogen was joined by family as she was presneted with her prizes in Sir Learnalot. Picture: Norfolk County Council - Credit: Archant

'Sir Learnalot' was chosen as the winning submission, which is now emblazoned on the front of the van.

As part of her prize, Imogen, 12, was presented with a family ticket to Norwich Castle and Norfolk Museums, as well as a goodie bag from Norfolk Libraries and a bundle of Norwich Castle 'keep sakes'.

The mobile library is part of an ongoing partnership between Norwich Castle and Norfolk Libraries and aims to promote medieval history as part of the castle's keep restoration project.

Glenn Durrant, mobile libraries manager for Norfolk Libraries, said: 'It's a superb name, it stood out amongst all the others because learning encapsulates what the library is all about, and with the knight theme it was a clear winner.'


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Imogen said she looks forward to visiting Sir Learnalot in Wymondham.

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