The band Blossoms have opened a library at a primary school in their hometown of Stockport.
The group opened the environmentally friendly Hobbit House, which houses a library and IT suit at Greave Primary school.
The design is a one of a kind custom built to Greave's own specifications.
To ensure there was no impact on the environment the school didn't want to build a concrete construction so went underground.
Hobbit House has been custom built
Going underground to be environmentally friendly
Hobbit house is home to a library and IT centre
The school has called the space "amazing"
The school says it "wants to inspire the next generation of readers"
Blossoms spent time with students who got the chance to ask the band lots of questions, and pupils and staff serenaded the band with a special version of their hit single Charlemagne.
After cutting the red ribbon, the band had a tour of the new place and rounded off the visit by posing for pictures with students and signing autographs.
Staff at Greave Primary School say they are looking "forward to inspiring the next generation of readers in this new amazing space."