Central Library – November Events

For more information: contact Colin Curtis Tel: 01793 463782 email: ccurtis@swindon.gov.uk Advertisements

Join in the South West Reading Adventure!

Swindon Libraries and Information Service along with other South West Library authorities invite you to delve into the dark, get passionate, wax lyrical and look into the future with your reading this autumn.… Continue reading

Event postponed at Central Library

PLEASE NOTE – due to unforeseen circumstances the event ‘In Search of The Last Coachman – a talk by JM Doyle’ due to be held at Central Library on Wednesday 8th October has had… Continue reading

Central Library Events – October 2014

For further information about all events at Central Library contact Colin Curtis (Tel: 01793 463782 or email ccurtis@swindon.gov.uk)

New to stock DVDs for September 2014

The following DVDS and Blu-ray films are either already on shelf or on order and will be coming to Swindon Libraries soon! Check our catalogue for availability. Fast Film DVDs: Fastfilms are new release… Continue reading

Joe and Jenny Recommend: The Story of Saiunkoku

We apologise to our regular readers that we didn’t post a review last month, things have been really busy here at the Library over the Summer! This month we are reviewing the Story… Continue reading

Events at Central Library during September

Charlie at Andy’s Animal Encounters!

Andy’s Animal Encounters – Upper Stratton Library – 4th August 2014 “Today I went to see Andy’s Animal Encounters at the library. Andy rescues reptiles and gives them a new home. I felt… Continue reading

What the Ladybird Heard Storytime Special

On Tuesday 12th and Friday 15th August, Swindon Libraries & Information Service will be hosting a special storytime, in partnership with the Wyvern Theatre. To celebrate the Wyvern Theatre’s show ‘What the Ladybird… Continue reading

Joe and Jenny Recommend: Attack on Titan

This week we are reviewing the apocalyptic manga; Attack on Titan! The storyline of this manga is set in a world where humanity has had to hide itself from massive man-eating humanoids called… Continue reading