I thought I would do a series of blog posts that casts the spotlight on our individual libraries. Really being a librarian, I should feature them in alphabetical order, but as we have some good new stuff coming up at Dewsbury Road, I have had to go against my instinct!
Dewsbury Road library is a modern library situated near to New Bewerley School and the Beeston campus of City of Leeds college. It is part of a multi service building where other council services can be accessed. A list of all the services available in the library here.
But that stuff is the everyday stuff – look what else you can get up to!
Find inspiration and develop your own writing style amongst a free, fun, eclectic writers group. Whatever your genre or skill level, come along and enjoy discussing anything and everything to do with writing in a supportive and friendly social setting. The next meetings are 28 July, 25 August, 29 September, 27 October and 24 November.
Join us every third Thursday of the month to make comics, create characters, draw awesome stuff, write awesome stuff and read all kinds of awesome comics! Suitable for families and children aged 6 – 12 years.
Come along to our relaxed and friendly coffee morning to meet new people, share stories and community information.
Take part in the challenge and read 6 books over the summer and we will reward you with prizes. This years theme is Record Breakers and we are holding all sorts of events in our libraries over the summer, to find out when and where have a look at our Facebook page.
Do you long to use the internet but don’t know where to start? Maybe you have a new tablet that you just can’t get to grips with? Ask at the library counter and they will register you for a learning session with one of our librarians.