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Stuff for Kids

Stuff for Kids

Chatterbooks, Fun Time, Story Time, Code Club .... lots of activities for children.

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Bulb Planting 20 Oct 2pm - 4pm

Bulb Planting 20 Oct 2pm - 4pm

Come and help us plant crocuses and daffodils on the lawn. Bring the kids and a trowel or spade. Bulbs, hot drinks and cake provided.

Notice of Annual General Meeting

Notice of Annual General Meeting

Our AGM will be held in the library at 7pm on 24 October. The annual report and other documents are now available on-line

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Family Cinema: ELF

Free end-of-term Family Cinema
Friday 21 December at 6pm
ELF

Celebrate the end of school term with a free showing of the family movie “Elf”, featuring Will Ferrell, James Caan and Bob Newhart. After inadvertently wreaking havoc on the elf community due to his ungainly size, a man raised as an elf at the North Pole is sent to the U.S. in search of his true identity.

Note the earlier-than-usual start time.There’s no booking — just turn up. (We reserve the right to refuse admission if we’re full!)

Incredibles 2

Saturday 5 January at 2pm:
Incredibles 2

Everyone’s favourite superhero family is back in this hotly anticipated sequel to the 2004 movie from Pixar. Elastigirl is sent on a mission to make supers legal again while Mr. Incredible is left to care for Jack-Jack, Violet, and Dash. When a dangerous new threat arises, it is up to the family to neutralize the threat and save the day once again. Incredibles 2 was described by Empire as a “gloriously fun family parable”.

The Railway Children

Saturday 2 February at 2pm
The Railway Children

In February comes the classic 1970 movie based on the book by E Nesbit. Starring Jenny Agutter, Dinah Sheridan and Bernard Cribbins, the film frequently makes it onto top British film lists. After the enforced absence of their father, three children move with their mother to Yorkshire, where during their adventures they attempt to discover the reason for his disappearance

The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society

Friday 4 January at 7.30pm

The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society

Film adaptation of Mary Ann Shaffer’s NY Times bestseller. In the aftermath of World War II, a writer forms an unexpected bond with the residents of Guernsey Island when she decides to write a book about their experiences during the war. Starring Lily James and Michael Huisman, the movie gained positive reviews with the Metro describing the performances as “classy”.

Toffee Music

Friday 16 Nov at 7pm

An evening of music (like no other!) with
Toffee Music

Claiming over a century of entertaining experience between them, Two old Fellas for Evening Entertainment (TOFFEE Music for short) are back with their quirky mix of songs ranging from Richard Rogers and Cole Porter through Music Hall and Vaudeville before coming “right up to date” with The Beatles. Also featuring a set of World War One songs. An evening of guaranteed enjoyment! Tickets for this event priced at £8. Toffee will be donating £100 to Weston Park Hospital.

Street Names of Central Sheffield

18 Jan at 7pm: “Street Names of Central Sheffield”
with David Templeman

Join Elizabethan historian David Templeman as we peel back the layers of history through Tudor and Medieval times (and beyond) to discover the origin of central Sheffield street names, through images, maps and text.

Tickets £5

Wildflower Walks in the Peak District

15 Feb at 7pm: “Wildflower Walks in the Peak District” with Peter Machan

Few areas of the British Isles support such a varied flora as the Peak District, with some of the country’s most stunning floral displays. Over the years Peter Machan has sought out and recorded the best of these localities throughout the seasons. Learn the reasons for the region’s rich floral diversity, see many of the familiar and rare flowers, and discover where and when you can enjoy the floral highlights for yourselves.

Tickets £5

Farmers Market 9 September

We were blessed (yet again) with good weather for our Farmers’ and Artisan market on 9 Sept which raised £1,132 for the library. Our thanks to the stall holders who participated, the many volunteers who worked on the event, and of course to all you who came along to browse, buy, or just play with the LEGO …