You can still purchase from the shop through the honesty box and the arts group will still take place for you to do your own arts activity.
Trafford Live Celebrates Our Volunteers Our volunteers were given a special Volunteer Recognition Ceremony at Trafford Live- http://www.traffordpartnership.org/useful-links/Trafford-Live.aspx, an annual celebration of what’s great about Trafford, and the Volunteer Awards have been set up to recognise the outstanding achievements and inspirational contribution that volunteers are making across our borough. 3 of our volunteers were awarded a certificate […]
We are extremely grateful to Joseph Knox and AA Dhand who kindly came along to Coppice Library and Wellbeing Centre to talk about their craft. Over 30 people came along to listen to the crime authors and hopefully a few were inspired to start their own novel writing. A start may be to write a […]
A community meeting was held at Coppice Library and Wellbeing Centre on Tuesday 26thMarch 2019 to discuss how to improve the woodland area at the back of the library next to the car park see plan below: The woodland area measures 16.5 metres x 21 metres and is the responsibility of the library. It’s currently […]
We have volunteer opportunities at busy times especially: Monday mornings, Wednesday mornings, Friday Afternoons and Saturdays. The volunteering opportunities include:Library ReceptionBook shelvingBack office admin supportWellbeing SupportClassroom show rounds1-1 computer supportGardening It is helpful if you can commit to volunteering for a minimum of 6 months, and our volunteers offer as much or as little time […]
The café area at Coppice is offering toasted teacakes, toast with jam or marmalade and crumpets as well as tea, coffee and hot chocolate. The café is available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 10 am and 3 pm.
There was a large turnout on Sunday for the Friends of Coppice Library cream tea fundraising event. £250.00 was raised in support of the Mayor of Trafford’s chosen charities; Trafford Mencap and St Ann’s Community Refugee Project.