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Scarecrow Festival 2024

Scarecrow Festival 2024

Registration is now open for our 2024 Scarecrow Festival. It's fun and it's free to enter.

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Seuss Day 3 August

Seuss Day 3 August

A day of games, puzzles, dressing up, raffle, lucky dip, craft and much more based on the stories of Dr Seuss.

Friday 19 July at 7.30

Friday 19 July at 7.30

Hear about the fundraising activities of MacMillan Cancer Support and the behind-the-scenes operation of the Grace Food Bank

Status Update

Library Update 23 June 2024

Booking is open at greenhill.bookwhen.com for the following

  • Evening Talk: A tale of Two Charities (Friday 19 July)
  • Evening Film: The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry (Friday 9 August)

Registration is open for our 2024 Scarecrow Festival which will run from 24 August to 7 Sept.  This year there are no rules about what your scarecrow should represent so you’re free to let your imagination run wild. Why not get involved? You can register for free using this link.

To register for the next “term” of our popular Lego Club (dates to be confirmed)  click here.

“Marvellous Makers”, this year’s Summer Reading Challenge, is now open. Call in at the library to register. There’s more information below.

 You can now place holds on Yellow Sticker books, either at the reception desk or by phoning 0114 2377657, and be notified when they’re available.

There are a number of ways you can support the library financially. Visit our support page for more info.

Summer Reading Challenge 2024

Registration for this year’s Summer Reading Challenge is now open. Designed to encourage children to read over the summer holidays, children simply need to read six books to obtain a medal and certificate. There’s a mini-challenge for children under four.  Pop in to the library to sign up and get your collector’s folder.   You can also sign up and take the challenge online, using this link.

The photo above shows some of our new books bought for the challenge, but children can read any 6 books of their choice.

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