Stoneleigh Community Library is a collaboration between Surrey County Council and the Friends of Stoneleigh Library - a charitable association specifically formed to ensure that Stoneleigh continues to have a vibrant community library that is an enriching and responsive resource for all.
** Rhymetime sessions are now fortnightly - see our Regular Activities page for more info **
LATE OPENING EVENINGS AND BOARD GAMES EVENTS
Our last Board Games evening was a big success - see news item. The next Board Games event is planned for Friday 27th May from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm
when the library will also be open for borrowing and returning books.
NO NEED TO BOOK, JUST TURN UP!
KEEP AN EYE OUT!
FOR OUR YOUNGER VISITORS
Nature Trail: a joyful rhyming celebration of the natural wonders on our doorstep.
Come and visit the library, pick up your question sheet and complete the answers from clues found in the library.
This trail is a simple activity based on the book by poet Benjamin Zephaniah.
Continues until 31st May. Particpants who complete the trail get a sticker and a bookmark.
CALLING OUR JUNIOR READERS!
Do you love reading? Are you aged 8 - 12 years old?
Stoneleigh Library is looking for keen young readers to join our new book review panel.
If you'd like to know more about the Young Readers Panel please go to our News page for further information. If you'd like to get involved, please ask at the library for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
NEXT MEETING OF THE JUNIOR READING GROUP PANEL ON SATURDAY 25th JUNE
See our news page for more details.
RETURN OF THE STORY HUNTS!
Popular story-teller John Kirk is coming back with the next series of four story time sessions.
Let your little one's imagination run wild as storyteller John Kirk takes you to far off places and shares classic fairy and folk tales. Get ready for a virtual entertainment experience like no other as scavenger hunting and storytelling collide in a jam-packed session that is fun for all the family.
THINKING ABOUT VOLUNTEERING?
Stoneleigh Community Library Needs You!
Volunteering can be so rewarding and it helps our