Buckby Library and Hub is a community run charity established to provide services and activities to the Northamptonshire village of Long Buckby and its surrounding villages.
Hermione Granger and her pals knew a thing or two about libraries… “When in doubt go to the library…“ As we move towards the easing of the current lockdown why not join our Library? Visit us from 13th April or complete the form on our Select and Collect page. We have been working hard behind the scenes to improve the building and look forward to welcoming you from next week for book browsing, printing and computer use. Do you have any comments or ideas for future activities or events that we could provide? Why not complete the feedback form on our Ideas for the future page.
The Oak National Academy has launched the Virtual School Library in partnership with the National Literacy Trust [see our Learning Opportunities page] which offers free books and audiobooks. Set your imagination soaring with Vashti Hardy and read Brightstorm this week for free! Also download fun activities at: https://library.thenational.academy/
We are delighted that our Recovery Gardens project has received a grant of £5,550 from the People’s Postcode Lottery Postcode Neighbourhood Trust. This project incorporates improvements to the Library’s outside spaces which are: the Courtyard garden, the Market Square garden and the area around our car park.
Here is an interesting article by novelist and playwright, Barney Norris, called “Will Covid spell the end to city life?” featuring our very own Long Buckby: