Status update 24 October 2021
We have now restored the layout and seating back to normal throughout the library. Our volunteers will continue to use face masks and we ask you to do the same. Please continue to use use hand sanitiser before handling books etc. We still have the “sneeze screens” at the front desk. Families are welcome to browse but we ask that children stay with their parents.
We have extended our opening hours! All sessions are 30 minutes longer and we are now opening on Wednesday mornings. See the opening times at the top of the page
Our library in Lowedges (relocated to what used to be the Terminus Café) is open Monday 10am-1pm and Wednesday 10am – 4pm. If you’re interested in volunteering to help here please email email@example.com
Our coffee mornings are now back in the library on Thursdays. They run from 10.30 to 11.30 and offer free tea, coffee, biscuits, and conversation.
Despite a smaller-than-usual number of traders our market on 26 Sept was busy with traders reporting a good volume of business. The perfect weather helped. Photos below. Next market 28 November.
We regret that the planned talk by His Grace the Duke of Devonshire on 29 has been cancelled as the Duke is having knee replacement surgery. We plan to re-book this in March.
On 30 Oct we’re restarting our children’s cinema program with a showing of Frankenweenie. This event is now fully booked.
At our AGM on 20 Oct we were pleased to elect Lyndon Hennard to the board as secretary, and Michael Corbishley as vice chair.
A good way to keep up to date with what’s going on is to subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter. More info here.
Chris Brown (Chairman, Friends of Greenhill Library)