This week at Taibach Community Library
Good afternoon everyone! Another new week is almost upon us and there’s lots going on at Taibach’s community-run Library this week to suit all age groups!
The summer holidays are very nearly here so bring the kiddies along and sign them up to the Summer Reading Challenge!
The Summer Reading Challenge is aimed at children aged four to eleven, and encourages them to keep up their reading skills and confidence over the long summer break. It is run in almost all libraries in the UK and it is completely FREE.
Come along to Taibach Community Library during the summer holidays – the sooner you sign up the longer your child will have to read six books. Staff will register your child for the Challenge and give them some fun materials to get them started.
Also coming up this week…
On Monday at 14.30 come along and discover your ancestry at one of our FREE family history sessions. Then at 18.30 charity members are invited to our EGM.
Tuesday afternoon sees the launch of our Summer Lego Club. Fun for all ages from 14.00.
On Friday morning all are invited to attend our monthly fundraiser coffee morning from 10.00. All funds raised go towards keeping our library open.
And don’t forget all week long we offer FREE computer access and we stock a good range of children’s books and adult fiction to keep you entertained this Summer.
Have you just finished School or College and looking for something to do over the Summer break? Why not volunteer at the Library? Volunteering can be fun and rewarding and is a great way to meet new people, gain new skills and it looks great on your CV!
We’re always looking for new people to join our team, even just on a short term basis. To find out more contact Luke@taibachlibrary.org.uk
(Volunteers must be aged 16+)