What's on at Thornbury Library April 2018

Opening Times

Monday             9.30 - 17.30
Wednesday        9.30 - 17.30 
Thursday           9.30 - 17.30 
Friday                9.30 - 17.30
Saturday            9:30 – 12:30


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StoryTime and RhymeTime for babies and pre-schoolers (Term Time Only). Storytime Mondays 2.15pm – 2.45pm.

Rhymetime Fridays 10.30am -11.00am.  Most suitable for ages 0-4 years, all activities free of charge, no booking required. 


Craft & Chat 

First Thursday of the month 2pm - 4pm. A chance for people who love crafting to get together and share inspiration. No charge and no booking required. Just turn up and bring your craft project with you. New faces welcome!


Computer Support Volunteers

Drop-in without an appointment on Monday mornings 10-12 to see Mike, our computer volunteer who can help with quick enquiries. 

If you need more intensive support, book in to see our computer volunteer Chris on Thursday mornings at 9.30, 10.30 or 11.30. Sessions with Chris must be booked in advance – enquire in person at Thornbury Library or email thornbury.library@southglos.gov.uk.


Wi-fi and Studying

Did you know we have free wi-fi and study spaces and we also have the resource Access to Research - academic articles online.

New resources available for creative sessions with groups  South Gloucestershire Libraries is delighted to announce a new resource, An Adventurer’s Companion, is now available through its library network and online at www.creativelibraries.org.uk.  An Adventurer’s Companion is designed to inspire anyone working with a group to help them explore their creativity in new and surprising ways and is particularly aimed at those supporting participants with low mood, depression or dementia.

The Adventurer's Companion is presented as a travelling companion - a bespoke suitcase of exercises, resources, ideas and inspiration drawn from the project developed by artist, Liz Clarke.  It is accompanied by a website www.creativelibraries.org.uk where you can recreate the activities yourself and embark on your own journeys and adventures. The Adventurer’s Companion is available for loan from all South Gloucestershire libraries and the website is accessible to anyone.