We have lots of events and activities taking place in our libraries including IT training, reading and poetry groups and writing workshops.
Bookstart Bear Club sessions for children
Find your local Bookstart Bear Club sessions
Informative drop-in session for care leavers about education, finance, training, employment and accommodation.
Every Monday during term time
Join us for a fun session of singing, rhyming, stories and crafts. Suitable for children under 5 years old.
Every Monday and Thursday during term time
Drop in for help with English, Maths, French and more. Suitable for all school-aged children.
Various Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays
Our themed Lego Club is aimed at children aged 5-12 years old. You bring your creativity and imagination and we'll provide the Lego.
Every 3 weeks on a Monday
Come along to our family history helpdesk to get help tracing your family tree.
2nd Monday of every month
Storytime and epic tales for toddlers under 5 and their parents/carers.
Next Steps Digital is our new IT group aimed at learners who have completed the Learn My Way programme and are ready to take the next steps in digital technology.
Make beautiful hand-crafted cards to take home. All materials, envelopes and instruction provided.
Help using mobile devices for beginners, including iPads, tablets and laptops.
First Friday of the month
Come and join our small, friendly games club. Board games to suit everyone or bring your own.
Every month on a Saturday
This reading group is designed to help children discover new books and authors. Suitable for children aged 7-11 years old.
Fortnightly on a Saturday
Story and craft sessions aimed at children of any age and their families.
Phone: Monday-Friday 8.30am-5.30pm.Closed for training Monday 11am-11.30am.
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