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**MORE THAN BOOKS!** Rhymetime (Thurs 10.30am), DVD hire, PCs, photocopier. We sell children's posters & activity books, stationery, cards & reading glasses.
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Horley Library Oct 18
Are you ready for half term? are spookily ready!
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Caterham Libraries Oct 14
Caterham Valley Library will be closed tomorrow (Tuesday 15 Oct) until an undetermined time. Caterham Hill Library will be open as normal from 10am. We apologise for any inconvenience. Further updates will be supplied once known.
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Steve Ward Oct 9
Tuesday 15th 10-2pm “Get online event” with joint event providing oneline support to local residents. All welcome at the drop in
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Horley Library Oct 8
The theme for this week’s crafty story time is tractors! Wednesdays at 10.30-11.15am, £1 per child. See you there!
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Horley Library Oct 7
One of the greatest pleasures in the life surely has to be being read to. As a child this is truly magical and as an adult it is utterly absorbing. Here we have a goodly selection of fiction, thriller and non fiction audio books for you to choose from!
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racheljaneauthor Oct 6
It’s national and I’m kicking my week off with three sessions 📚 I’ll be at 10:30, then Caterham Hill at 2pm and at 3:30pm!
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Horley Library Oct 4
With summer a distant memory, we’ve turned our attention to October half term and Halloween... put the two together and we’ve got a Creepy Crawlies theme! Details of the children’s events are on the website or
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Horley Library Oct 3
A rather apt new display about the weather has appeared ... all books have something relating to our changeable weather in their titles!
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Horley Library Oct 2
Our Book of the Week is Tom's Midnight Garden by Philippa Pearce. Tom is not prepared for what is about to happen when he hears the grandfather clock strike thirteen. Outside the back door is a garden, which everyone tells him does not exist. ... a 'must' read!
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Horley Library Oct 1
The theme for tomorrow’s Crafty Storytime is “MONSTERS”!! See you at 10.30-11.15... £1 per child.
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Horley Library Sep 28
Raven Housing are running a Get Online event on 15th October from 10.00am – 2.00pm . Drop in for 1–1 help with basic digital skills, online shopping, support with energy switching, online forms, Universal Credit, insurance etc. FREE!
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Horley Library Sep 28
Whilst our main aim is always to “lend” books to our customers, we do also “sell” books here ... pop in and pick up a bargain!
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Horley Library Sep 27
Ok ok.. we’ll stop now!
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Horley Library Sep 26
This week's Book of the Week is A Hologram for the King by . In a rising Saudi Arabian city, far from recession scarred USA, a struggling businessman pursues a last-ditch attempt to stave off foreclosure, pay his daughter's college fees & finally do something great.
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Horley Library Sep 26
It may be raining but it’s not put our brilliant rhyme time customers off coming along this morning to . One of our busiest rhyme times ever!
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Horley Library Sep 24
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Redhill Library Sep 23
STEM Storytime: to celebrate this years , join us on Thursday 10 October, 10.30 - 11.15am, for a fun, interactive story about colour. For children aged 3-5 years. No booking necessary.
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Horley Library Sep 19
What is it about bears?? Large quantities of “bear” picture books !!
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Horley Library Sep 19
Some our of followers may remember that hit 1000 new members in July since opening on 30th April. We just know you're desperate to hear how many we're up to now! Well, as of today it stands at 1759 - an average of 17 people joining per day since we opened. Amazing!
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Horley Library Sep 19
Hello we appreciate your comments. The computers are occasionally left on for updates to take place overnight. Otherwise, all the computers are turned off, as is the heating & all other systems. We are acutely aware of cutting cost & do all we can to save money.
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