Slow Down When Someone Dies by Lin Carruthers and Kate Clark

Slow Down When Someone Dies, is a very practical guide to a subject that people still find hard to talk about, yet we all know we will have to deal with at some time. So do think about looking at this book which is held in the library.

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The Bookseller’s Tale by Martin Latham

The Bookseller’s Tale was both a Spectator and Evening Standard book of the year in 2020. What could be more appropriate for our newsletter than a title about books, bookshops and libraries? It sounds an ideal Christmas present for any booklover and will give readers ideas for other books to add to their ‘must read’ list…

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Temporary closure for building work

The Library building is undergoing some exciting building work and while we are closed some of our services will continue at Art@47 in the High Street. Click on the post for details.

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Bookbug in a temporary home

There is a Bookbug every Saturday from 9.30 to 10.00 am and it will be in Art@47 in the High Street until the Library building work is complete. Please come along if you are aged between 0 and 4 years and can bring a responsible adult with you! Sessions are free and there is no need to book.

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Reminiscence Café in a temporary home

We have a Reminiscence Café for older members of the community. It is on Monday 8 January and the first Monday of each month thereafter between 11.00am and 12.00pm

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Scrabble Sessions at Art@47

Our scrabble sessions have a new temporary home while building work continues in the Library. All welcome, including beginners. Every Thursday afternoon at 2.00pm. Tea/coffee and biscuits for a £1 donation to the library funds. Art@47 - in the High Street. Photo by Surendran MP on Unsplash

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