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Mobile library off road week beginning 3rd March 2014
The mobile library is off the road this week due to gear box problems. Apologies for the short notice.
· Borrow, download and read eBooks and eAudio Books for FREE
· Learn a language for your next holiday for FREE
· Listen to Digital Radio and Podcast on Demand
· Stream FREE music, watch TV, movies and more
Venue: Bath Central Library
Date: Tuesday 11th March 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Only 15 seats available so book now, price £18
or ring 07903 885629
And bring your iPad on the day. see details here
Tuesday March 4th Barbara Swindin 7 -7.45 pm FREE Midsomer Norton Library
Born in 1950s Gloucestershire, Barbara Swindin succeeded in climbing the Alpine Fourthousanders – all but one. Accompanied by beautiful images, she tells of her enduring delight in mountaineering while also giving insights into the pioneering women who dared to tackle alpine routes when alpinism was strictly the preserve of men.
Thursday March 6th Sandy Osborne Self-Publishing Q and A 7.30-8.15 FREE Radstock Library
Sandy is the author of Girl Cop, a story of a female police officer in the 1990s and her life and loves in the police force which is set in Bath. She is a huge self publicising success as she originally published the book on kindle and it sold so well that she was offered a print deal. She would talk about how e readershave made it possible for anyone with a good story to tell to reach their audience.
Ticket for each event are from the respective libraries.
Would you like to have a stall at one of our Craft Market days?
Paulton Library - A not to be missed author talk by Lesley Pearse on Wednesday 12 March
Paulton Library @ The Hub Survey Results
Thank you to everyone who completed a survey form, your comments are much appreciated. The results of the Paulton survey can be found here.
The reasons for visiting paulton Hub can be found here
Winners of the Recycle a Book Competition - over 100 entries
Well done to everyone who submitted an entry and thank you to all the people who voted.
If you missed the amazing exhibition of entries to the Bath and Northe East Somerset Libraries Recycled Book Art competition at Bath Library recently don't worry, you have a second chance to see them in the window of 17 New Bond St, Bath BA1 1BA from Wednesday October 2nd until October 18th.
You can see photos of the winning entries on our Facebook Page
Under 12: Scabbers the rat by Alistair Darnton
12-17 The squid that ate the ship by Kai Ball
18+: Paper Aeroplane by Laura O'Brien
Group: We put all our eggs in one basket by Residents of Bridgemead Nursing Home
Under 12: Through the mind's eye by Maisie Hawkins
12 - 17: The two tunnels: Nathalie Howe
18+ Anno 1800 Sydney Gardens by Larissa Cox
Group: 12 well read roses by the Residents of Woodland Grove Residential Home
Removal of touch tone service for renewals (Added Thursday 27 June 2013) - As of Monday 1 July there will no longer be the option to renew items using the touch tone option. The only way to renew items will be in a library, *online at www.librarieswest.org.uk (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) or by telephone on 01225 394041 during council connect opening times (We also take telephone renewals on Saturday 09:30 - 16:45 & Sunday 13:00 - 15:45)
To renew your items please call 01225 394041 or visit www.librarieswest.org.uk with your membership number and PIN code.
- Friends of Saltford Library - Updated 25/06/13
- Joined up writers group - Updated 25/06/13
- Kaposvar Library twinning
- Poetry- what's it all about then?
Midsomer Norton After Hours - updated 25/06/13
Poetry Liaisons at Midsomer Norton Library - updated 25/06/13
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