Film Nights

We had a very successful first film night, thank you everyone who came along. Our next two films are The Duke on 1st November and Operation Mincemeat on 6th December. Tickets are available now in the Library and at the Peephole ~ numbers are limited so please do BOOK EARLY to ensure a seat. See you there!

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UKULELE EVENING~ coming soon

Come along to see your very own local Long Buckby Ukulele Group perform at Buckby Library & Hub on Thursday 27th October, 7.30pm to 9pm. It’s FREE too! To book your seat (numbers are limited) please pop into the library, email or call 01327 842591. A new selection of refreshments will be available – do come long, we would love to see you there.

South Northamptonshire Arts Tenth Annual Art Trail 1st – 9th October 2022

Bridget Arregger – Buckby Library and Hub, Station Road, Long Buckby NN6 7QB

OPEN Sat – Sun 10 – 4.30pm Mon 10 – 1 and 2 – 4.30pm Tues 10 – 1pm

Fri 10 – 1 and 2 – 4.30pm Wed and Thurs Closed | Accessible Venue

Immerse yourself in the Caribbean through colourful, dramatic paintings
in a variety of media and styles.Come and get involved in trying out different techniques from
garden wire to paint pouring.

Demonstrations and Activities Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

07512 019 521

Art Groups

Two new art groups have started in the Library in September – just come along and join in! £5 per session

SATURDAY 2-4pm (monthly from 10 September and then the Second Saturday each month.)
Art for Relaxation will be for those who believe they have never been good at art but would like to play with art materials in a relaxed way with guidance, following APCCA principles.

Tuesday 2-4 pm (weekly, from 13 September)
Art Club in the Hub is a ……

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Stay & Play

We’re delighted to start our stay and play sessions every Friday of term time 2.15 – 3pm starting on 9th September. This is a FREE drop in session for parents and carers with children under 5. An opportunity for young children to play with a variety of resources, socialise with others and share experiences to support their learning and development.  Low cost tea, coffee, squash and cake available.   LOOK!!


We are delighted to say that we now have an Induction Loop System throughout the Library to assist hearing aid users with the T position. We also have a portable hearing loop that ….

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Film Nights

Our Library Film Nights Are Returning and we start with BELFAST on Tuesday 4th October. A British coming-of-age drama film written and directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh and based on true story events from his childhood.

Film 7.30pm ~ Doors 7.00pm ~ Tickets  £6.00 ~ Refreshments Available

Purchase tickets from the library or at the Peephole

Book of Condolence

Buckby Library & Hub has a Book of Condolence available for you to sign, provided by the Parish Council, for the Parish of Long Buckby, and all of its residents, to mark the very sad passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

The book of condolence will be closed on the day after the Queen’s funeral which will be held on Monday 19th September 2022. Once closed, books of condolence will form part of West Northamptonshire Council’s archive so that …..

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CANCELLED – FOOD & FICTION ~ Chaucer to Dickens

Unfortunately the following event will no longer be taking place due to insufficient numbers. We hope the WEA will return at a later date.

What did Chaucer’s cook prepare in his medieval kitchen? Did Shakespeare live on ‘cakes and ale’? Why did the much-maligned wife of Charles Dickens publish a menu book under the name of ‘Lady Maria Clutterbuck’? Food has always been an important way of showing in literature how people lived, or revealing something about their characters.

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Newspapers & Publications

Did you know we now have daily local and national newspapers available for you to enjoy when you visit us. We will also be adding various publications such as Which? . Come on in and grab a cuppa too!

Please do let us know if you would like to see certain pulications, especially for younger and teenage readers.