Status update 13 November 2021
We have 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.
Storytime (for pre-schoolers) has restarted on alternate Thursday mornings. For dates and to book a (free) family ticket online, visit greenhill.bookwhen.com
We are sorry to say goodbye to Lucy Booth, who after two-and-a-bit years of spearheading our Lowedges library project has now left for “pastures new”. We are grateful for all her hard work in establishing the library. If you are interested in applying for the post to replace Lucy, there is more information here. In the meantime Lowedges library is operating on reduced hours of 10am – 1pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Our coffee mornings continue on Thursdays. They run from 10.30 to 11.30 and offer free tea, coffee, biscuits, and conversation.
On Friday 26 Nov we have a spectacular demonstration of flower arranging from Elizabeth Bishop. Tickets (£5) are available online using this link, or from library reception.
Our next producers and artisan market runs from 11am to 3pm on 28 November.
Our evening cinema program continues on 3 December with a showing of Little Women. Book online using this link.
Our children’s cinema program continues on 4 December with a showing of Arthur Christmas. Book online using this link. We only have a few tickets left.
We’ll be closed over Christmas. Closing 4pm on Friday 24 Dec and re-opening 10am on Wednesday 5 Jan.
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)