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Scilight Arts Café and Craft Shop

 The café and shop are open: Tuesday          10 am – 3 pm Wednesday     10 am – 3 pm Thursday         10 am – 3 pm The café serves Lavazza™Italian coffee, tea, cold drinks and confectionery in the library and library courtyard.  Enjoy a break from your busy day with a coffee and a book – the […]

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Do you want to start a new Book Club with your friends?

If you and your friends want to start a new ‘Book Club’ you can. We can obtain for you a number of copies of the book of your choice  that you and your friends can borrow, read and discuss in your own time and place. We can extend the loan period and when you are […]

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Volunteers needed for brand new literacy project

Bluesci and Read Easy are working together to set up a group for Trafford, to provide additional options for adults who wish to learn to read. A Skills for Life survey of 16-65 year olds in 2011 found that 5% of adults in England could only recognise a few common words, and a further 2.1% […]

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Self-help books to support mental health available here

Call at reception and enquire about any of the following books; We will have them in stock or can order them for you if they are out on loan. They are also available in e-book format. Break Free from OCD: Overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBT Fiona Challacombe, Victoria Bream Oldfield, Paul M. Salkovskis Are […]

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Self help books for chronic pain available here

Call at reception and enquire about any of the following books; We will have them in stock or can order them for you if they are out on loan. They are also available in e-book format.     Overcoming Chronic Pain: A Self-Help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques Frances Cole, Hazel Howden- Leach, Helen Macdonald, […]

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Coming Up at Coppice Library and Wellbeing Centre

      Helping Children Manage Parental Mental Health & Substance Misuse – 27th November 2018 – 10am – 4pm. There is a misconception that not talking to children about parental or family mental health and substance misuse problems is protective for them. In fact, children report that the opposite is true. When we don’t […]

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