Join us on a voyage of discovery, reading a different author each month as we celebrate 12 great authors this year.
October is Black History Month, an awareness month and a nationwide celebration of black history, arts and culture throughout Britain. As well as applauding achievements and success over the decades, the month also provides a vital reflection on the challenges that remain. In this way the month plays a vital role in raising awareness of British social history and the continued importance of identity, social equality and integration
One of our key roles, as a library, is to enable access to information. We stock a wide range of materials, do not censor published content, promote understanding and provide good quality information that helps people educate and inform themselves. To challenge prejudice and discrimination we will be celebrating black authors, diversity and cultural role… Continue reading Among the Shelves – Poetry
Did you know 7 million people die each year as result of direct tobacco use 1.2 million non-smokers die each year as a result of being exposed to second-hand smoke.Waterpipe tobacco use is damaging to health in similar ways to cigarette tobacco use.E-cigarettes do not contain tobacco, but do contain nicotine which is highly addictive and… Continue reading Stoptober
28 September - 4 October National Inclusion Week highlights the huge importance of inclusion in not only the workplace, but in society as well. Many employers use it as a time to get connected and engage with their colleagues and talk more about inclusion. You can use the week to organise events and activities in… Continue reading National Inclusion Week