Tag: library

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Salford Community Libraries offering ‘Tech and Tea’ sessions for over-50s

Libraries across Salford are hosting free sessions for over 50s to become more comfortable with technology. The scheme, which is […]

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Reopening of Working Class Movement Library Reading Room

A popular local reading room is reopening its doors, after spending time putting a series of additional safety measures in […]

Pendleton Gateway Library. Image Credit: Lily Harris

Almost 800 libraries closed since 2010 but Salford’s ‘incredibly lucky’ to have all 16 still open

New figures by The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy’s (Cipfa) have found that almost 800 libraries have closed since 2010.

Working Class Movement Library pays tribute to Liverpool sculptor

Working Class Movement Library pays tribute to Liverpool sculptor

Salford’s Working Class Movement Library (WCML) is paying tribute to sculptor Arthur Dooley at 2pm on Wednesday October 9. The talk, […]

Swinton and Salford move into Libraries Live stage four

Salford Community Libraries has just moved into their fourth season of Libraries Live, their events programme that brings high quality, […]

FEATURE: Most gruesome deaths exhibition celebrates Philip’s Park Cemetery

A PhD student has curated an eye-opening exhibition at Manchester Central Library, in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the […]