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Beechwood Road Library open day

Come along to Beechwood Road Library on Saturday 15 September for the launch of its new-look community area, offering:

  • Weekly internet taster sessions
  • Monthly art and craft clubs
  • Reader’s group display and promotion by members
  • Permanent exhibition and photographs from Beechwood Road Local History Group
  • Monthly Enterprise Club, offering small business advice (from 13 Sept, 1.30–3pm)

There will also be an Illustrated talk on the history of Whitehill Allotments (at 11.30 am), with display and library stock, a stall by Over 50’s Local Activity Group about local activities in Illingworth and Bradshaw, an art exhibition by Lee Mount Art Group and free refreshments.

Event times: 10 am – 4 pm
Admission: Free
More information tel: 01422 244161

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Beechwood Road Library reading group

Did you know that Beechwood Road Library has its own reading group? The group meets on the first Thursday of every month at 11.15.

NEXT MEETING: Thursday 1st December. The group will be discussing The Angel’s Game by Carlos Zafon.

For opening times, location and contact details, visit the Calderdale Council website here, or phone Beechwood Road Library on 01422 244 161.

 

Southowram Reading Group – new meeting dates

The next meeting of the Southowram Reading Group is on Thursday 17th November at 4pm. The next meeting following will be on Thursday December 15th also at 4pm. Both meetings will held at the library in Southowram, where further details may be obtained.

Southowram Reading Group – meet the author

As part of the Word of Mouth Festival, come and meet the author Francesca Kay. She will be at Southowram Library on Thursday 13th October at 2pm. Admission is by ticket only, price £3.50 (£2 for concessions), available from the Library – tel. no. 01422 367061.
Please note: there is no meeting of the group on Thursday 22nd September.
Southowram’s Reading Group meets approximately monthly on a Thursday afternoon in the library and over a cuppa, they group discusses a book which has been read by everyone. They read a wide range of books and opinions about them are always varied.

The group welcomes new members but due to the lack of space numbers are limited. However if there is demand a second group could be formed.

The date of the next meeting is displayed in the library.