The library at Spitfire House is now open for business after the disruption of building work to the college areas.
Librarian Mandy Neary says: “We would like people to come and see the new layout,and to make use of the wide range of fiction, information books and music to suit all ages and tastes and computers which provide free access to the internet and software packages.”
Regular events at the Library:
Coffee Morning – every Tuesday 10:30-11:30. Come along for a cup of coffee or tea and a biscuit, have a chat, read a magazine or browse the library
Crime Reading Group – next meeting on 11th June 10:30-11:30. If you like reading crime books why not join our Crime Reading Group. Come a long have some refreshments and chat about your views on the book of the month.
Saturday Club – every Saturday 11:00-12:00. If you’re 11years old or younger come along to our Saturday club and get involved in making things, reading and playing games.
Game Zone – every Saturday 2:00-3:00. If you’re aged between 11 and 15 years old and enjoy playing console games why not come along to the game zone. We have games which you can borrow for Xbox, PS2, PS3, PSP and DS and spend time sharing your views of the games with others at the Game Zone.
Homework Support – every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 3:00-5:00. If you have some homework to do or need help come along and see the Homework Support Worker and use the library computers and books to get your homework done.
The library’s general opening times are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9:00 – 5:00. Call 0121 464 7335 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
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