We are changing timing of Rhyme Time at the library. From 8 November it will be at 9.30 on Fridays to fit in with the school run.
Every Friday, 10.30 to 11am during term time! Bring your baby & toddler/s and join us in the Community Library for a fun ‘Rhymetime!
All children must be accompanied by their carers.
Please continue to donate good quality used children’s books for book sales/book swaps to be held in future.
Roald Dahl would have been 103 on Friday 13th September 2019. Come and enjoy a story at the Library straight after school
Have you joined the reading challenge – there’s only one week left………..
Over 13’s – come and experience virtual reality at Castle Cary Community Library on Monday 19th August, Thursday 22 August or Saturday 24th August 2019.
Come into the Library on these days to share stories and organised activities with our student volunteers who will help children make exciting book choices and encourage them to share their reading challenge achievements with others.
|Wednesday 24th July||Jessica|
|Wednesday 31st July||Jessica|
|Tuesday 6th August||Henry|
|Wednesday 7th August||Ella|
|Wednesday 21st August||Jessica|
|Wednesday 28th August||Jessica|
Come along from 10am until 1pm on these days for some extra reading fun.
Check on the Castle Cary Community Library website each week for news of what’s coming up and don’t forget to go to www.spacechase.org.uk for lots of reading fun, puzzles, chat and competitions to take part in.
This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is Space Chase; a space themed adventure inspired by the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. Children taking part in the Challenge will help our super space family, The Rockets, as they track down books nabbed by mischievous aliens!
Find out more here….
Our very first event just for young children. . .
Come along to the Market House in Castle Cary on Wednesday, 29th May between 10am and 12 noon to hear about Jasper & Milo and their new home. Follow the experiences and enjoy the adventures of these two puppy brothers read by author, Lynn Emslie, who lives here in Somerset.
You will find out the joy of reading together
You can listen, tell the story, draw and colour. . .
Don’t miss it!
Register at the library now or email us at