Come along to the library, grab yourself a book and help raise funds to support both for your local library and go towards helping Ukraine via the Red Cross. 10AM to 3PM on Saturday 23rd April 2022.

All Hail the Ukulele !

Come along to see your very own local Long Buckby Ukulele Group perform at Buckby Library & Hub on Thursday 7th April, 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. Refreshments will be available of course and you can bring a bottle (we’ll provide the glasses!) – do come long, we would love to see you there.

Look Out For our New Art Exhibitions in 2022

Starting this month our refreshments area will be showcasing art from local artists on a regular basis. In January we are delighted to say that we start off with Anna Langton, who you may have seen sketching around and about the village. Now’s an opportunity to see and even purchase her work in a collection called Views of Long Buckby and Surroundings at Buckby Library & Hub! Find out more in ……

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Here’s an online WINTER MINI CHALLENGE for all of you who are missing the Summer Reading Challenge

Let the Winter Mini Challenge begin! 1st December is the first day of #WMC21 Be a Wild World Hero this Winter and embark on an Arctic adventure to find out about the creatures that live there. You might even spot a Narwal or two! ?? You will find out about the environmental issues facing this remote place. Taking part in the Winter Mini Challenge is simple: all you have to do is read at least three books between Wednesday 1

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Come and meet the Team and see what we have been, and will be, getting up to! Well, doesn’t time fly! It has been a year since we took on the responsibility of keeping our building and library open. It has been a very busy time and we appreciate that you may have seen lots of changes going on without really knowing how and why we’re doing what we’re doing. For example the gardens project, new building works, new layout, new equipment, new events and so on. We have a small team of trustees and a bigger

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