We are making the final selection of images for the Christmas Cards to sell this year! We’re grateful to Roy Carr for his offer to supply the pictures from his extensive collection. The cards should be on sale in mid-October in packs of ten and priced at about £3.50; there will be at least two different pictures available. Once the cards are printed the pictures will be on our Facebook page and on sale in the library during our normal opening hours.
Brenig Davies of Clos Llanfair has joined us as a new Director of the not-for-profit company set up to run the library and we welcome him to the team.
Our volunteer group is expanding slowly but any new volunteers are always welcome; we are also keen to offer the opportunity to 16 – 18 year olds doing Welsh Baccalaureate to come and volunteer. In addition any accountants in the village who could help with the annual accounts would be welcome to give the benefit of their skills.
We have started the Digital Drop-Ins for helping with lap-tops, tablets, and smartphones. You need to book these at least a week in advance for one of the two slots each Wednesday morning. The genealogy sessions on a Tuesday continue.
As the autumnal clear-up of your gardens approach can we remind you that we sell the whole range of recycling bags including green bags at the same price as going to The Alps.
New Book arrivals September 2017
Half Yard Vintage – Debbie Shore
Mothering Sunday – Rosie Goodwin
The Bertie Project – Alexander McCall Smith
A View across the Mersey – Anne Baker
A Climate of Fear – Fred Vorges
The Fire Child – S K Tremayne
The Button Box –Dilly Cout
The Obsession – Nora Roberts
Don’t Tell – Karen Rose
In Pursuit of Memory – Joseph Jebelli
The Fear of Thirteen – Nick Yarris
Inferno – Julian Stockwin
Plenty of September reading ahead!