We wanted to keep you all up to date with how our move is going so we thought we'd share some 'before' photographs with you. As you can see below there has been a lot of work to do!
With our move fast approaching we’ve been having a clear out so make sure you come down to the library before we close on December 5th to grab yourself a bargain! We have books for sale in fiction and nonfiction plus children’s books and audiobooks. You can find our book sale tables on the ground and first floors. Don’t miss out!
We're on the move!
We are delighted to announce that HBN Library is moving to Duke Street! The new library will be located in the former Topshop premises, next door to the Co-op.
We can now announce the official dates of the library move; the library in Victoria Street will be closing its doors for the final time on Saturday 5th December 2015 and the library in Duke Street will be opening on Monday 4th January 2016.
Library reaches its ghoul
Ahead of Hop tu Naa the Henry Bloom Noble Library hosted a 'spooktacular' children's workshop led by Shirley Moore.
Shirley Moore with Letisha Crellin, five, and Kaleb Beedie, three
Anagh Coar Primary School sets 'Record Breakers' record
Anagh Coar Primary School has triumphed in this year’s Summer Reading Challenge after it won the Scottish Widows-sponsored £100 book token for the school with the most pupils to complete the challenge, the theme for which was Record Breakers.
Scottish Widows managing director Juan Clarke is pictured presenting the £100 book token to Anagh School’s head teacher Rob Coole. Also pictured extreme left is borough librarian Jan Macartney