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Morley Memorial School Fête this afternoon

by Amanda Taylor on 6 July, 2013

Today, Saturday July 6, Morley Memorial Primary School holds its annual school fête. There is something for everyone: face-painting, bouncy castles and trampolines for the under 8s, arts and crafts for the creative types, and plenty of scope for finding a bargain or something special from the various stalls, which include local businesses such as […]

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Bears, benches and books

by Amanda Taylor on 6 June, 2013

Rock Road Library is looking set to be a bit of a bear garden this Saturday. First off, there’s the regular Rhyme Time and Story Time sessions for young children. These events are run by two lively and inspiring storytellers, Judith and Judy. The number of children grows every time: what more can I say? […]

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Community Library Assistant wanted for Rock Road Library

by Amanda Taylor on 3 September, 2012

Are you a ‘people person’? Rock Road Library is advertising for a Community Library Assistant, to work for 14.5 hours a week. For details, see here. The postholder will be working with community groups, so customer services experience is sought, as well as a passion for libraries and what they can offer.

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Buy your holiday reading now!

by Amanda Taylor on 13 July, 2011

The Friends of Rock Road Library ran a bookstall at the Morley Memorial summer fête recently. There are some good books left over, which are touring a few Friends’ houses in the hope they’ll find good homes locally. A few boxes will be outside my house in Holbrook Road as soon as the weather looks […]

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