The Library played its part in this year’s Castle Cary and Ansford Big Christmas with a Book Sale in the Library itself – a good opportunity to attract people who might not have been in the building before.
As you can see, volunteering to support the library presents a wide range of opportunities! Well done to all those who worked hard to set up and host the event.
Best of all, we didn’t get wet – (those with long memories will recall the ingenious book shelter which provided a number of logistical challenges).
Our Friday sessions for babies and pre-schoolers are now scheduled for 9.30am – 10am, so that parents delivering older children to school can come straight on to Story Time with the younger ones. After the session your child can have fun choosing books to take home – they’re never too young for the library habit!
The last Story Time this term is Friday 20 December and first one next term will be on Friday 10 January.
forget that we have a used book table at the Moat
Garden and EatCary
Coffee Morning at
House, Castle Cary from 9.30
to 12.00 on
Saturday 12th October.
Do come along and bring your friends.
date for your diary
plan to repeat our highly successful ‘Bookstop’ stall at Castle
Cary BIG CHRISTMAS on Thursday 5th
December. More information in a couple of weeks.
The Library is a Registered Charity called the “Friends of Castle Cary Community Library” which is governed by its Trustees. The Trustees are accountable to the membership, (the “Friends”) at an annual general meeting. At present there are five Trustees, Roger Weldhen (Chairman), Les Kimberley, Laura Tilling, Janice Collins and Judi Morison.
You can support you community library in a number of ways. Certainly make use of your free membership by joining at your earliest opportunity if you have not already done so. Support future events of which there will be a number. Consider joining the Friends of Castle Cary Community Library as a volunteer. Above all, help make your library the hub of our community.