What’s Happening in May
National Walking Month – We receive brochures from several local walking groups; why not call in and choose a suitable walk for you and your family this month?
Local and Community History Month – Increase your awareness of local history by borrowing one of our many local and community history books.
6th May – International Dawn Chorus Day – The story goes that International Dawn Chorus Day began in the 1980s when broadcaster Chris Baines asked everyone to attend his birthday party at 4am so they could enjoy the dawn chorus with him. If you intend to have your own dawn party, the library on-line catalogue has a large collection of books and CDs to help you recognise birds and their calls.
12th May Saturday – National Limerick Day COMPETITION – Celebrate the day with us by entering our Limerick competition. A bottle of Prosecco is awarded for the most humorous and creative Limerick. See the noticeboard in the library for more details.
19th May Saturday – Books and Bake. Saturday 10:30- 12:30. Join us at the Community Centre for refreshments and the sale of pre-loved books, DVDs and delicious home baked cakes.
21st May – Monday – After School Lego. Join us for a fun hour with Lego 3:30-4:30
Tuesdays – Our Family History Sessions are gaining in popularity. There is no need to book drop in between 10:30 and 12:30. Fee £2 a session.
Wednesdays – We have received excellent feedback from the FREE support sessions providing help with using mobile phones, laptops and tablets. Sessions need to be booked in advance so call in or ring us to find out more.
Wednesdays Knit ‘n’ Natter 2-4pm. – If you enjoy knitting/crocheting and good conversation, then contact Janet Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
New Books for May
We have a tempting selection of new children’s fiction and educational books, craft books and adult fiction. This month’s suggestions:
Tell Me No Secrets by Linda Stacey – a gripping thriller you won't want to put down.
The Trip of a Lifetime by Monica McInerley – addresses the delights and challenges of family relationships.
Out of the Madhouse by Iain Maitland – a family story told with humour and frankness through the author’s diary entries and his own reflections.
Day Trip to London – Join us on Saturday 14th July for a coach trip to London. Price £20 per person. Book your place now in the library.
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Reycling – Remember that we sell bags
for garden, food, recycling and dog waste.
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