July 19, 2023

Get Active and Engaged with the Summer Reading Challenge 2023: Ready, Set, Read!

  The Summer Reading Challenge is the UK’s biggest reading for pleasure programme for children, presented by The Reading Agency and delivered in partnership with libraries. The Challenge encourages children aged 4-11 to keep reading during the school summer holidays. They set a reading goal and can read anything they enjoy! Public libraries issued over […]

Read more

June 20, 2023

Growing Together – Making good days happen at your local library

  Welsh Libraries are launching a campaign to promote all the different ways your local library can support a child’s early development, as well as offering new parents and carers an opportunity to get out and about and meet other people. Libraries welcome children from the very earliest months of life, and are helping parents […]

Read more

May 10, 2023

Welsh Government Invests £1.7m to Transform Museums and Libraries in Wales

  Some of Wales’ most treasured museums and libraries are set to be transformed thanks to £1.7m funding from the Welsh Government, Deputy Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Dawn Bowden has announced. The Cultural Transformation Capital Programme aims to enable public libraries, local museums and archive services to transform service delivery, to modernise their […]

Read more

April 3, 2023

Pencoed Library Officially Reopens

  Pencoed Library has been officially reopened in its 50th anniversary year! During its short closure period, the library has been completely transformed into a bright, welcoming space for the whole community to use and enjoy.     Thanks to funding from Welsh Government’s Transformation Capital Grant Programme, the furniture has been updated with more mobile […]

Read more

March 28, 2023

A New Era for Neath Library

  Neath Library has had a commanding position in the centre of Neath, overlooking the town’s Victoria Gardens, for close on 120 years. Built in 1904 the traditional Carnegie library has served many generations of the people of Neath and its surrounding communities, and is one of the town’s most well-loved buildings. But as the […]

Read more

March 6, 2023

Investment at Penygroes Library and Petha Penygroes

  Significant improvements have been made to Penygroes Library by Cyngor Gwynedd’s Libraries Service, creating an attractive, modern and comfortable space, thanks to a grant of £60,000 from the Welsh Government’s Library Transformation Capital Fund. Penygroes Library is well used and much loved by the residents of Dyffryn Nantlle, with more than 14,000 book loans […]

Read more

February 28, 2023

Make it YOUR World Book Day in 2023

  The charity World Book Day® is holding its annual celebration on Thursday, 2 March 2023, a day dedicated to ensuring all children can develop a love of reading. World Book Day will give families and children a huge number of opportunities to mark the day in fun and affordable ways that are meaningful to […]

Read more

February 15, 2023

Chirk Library Celebrates it’s Fiftieth Anniversary

  Chirk Library, in Wrexham County Borough, was opened on 17th May, 1973 by County Librarian, E.R. Luke, in a new purpose-built building.  This year, the library is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary, and the staff are busy planning special activities to celebrate the growth and development of the service.  The library, which is open 21 […]

Read more

February 3, 2023

It’s Rhyming Fun for Everyone as BookTrust Cymru’s Big Welsh Rhyme Time returns for 2023

  BookTrust Cymru, the children’s reading charity, is encouraging families, schools, and early years spaces across Wales to join in with Big Welsh Rhyme time this February. Now in its fifth year, Big Welsh Rhyme Time is the week-long national celebration of sharing bilingual rhymes, poems, and songs with children in the early years. It […]

Read more
Archived News
Cookie Settings