Wendy H Jones is the first Crime Writer interviewed in our reading room. There’s a Crime Writers event, Murder and Mayhem, on 25th November. Watch out for more information.Read More Wendy H Jones in the Reading Room
With the Lease signed, we will be ready to open. We need a date, an opening plan and a community get-together. The platform for building our service is nearly ready.
What do you, our community, want?Read More Good News! and on the 4th July as well
more than a century of people, books, reading, education and bletheringRead More News Update May 2017
This is good news … It builds confidence and makes our library project ever more worth while.Read More BBC Says the Most Users are in Scotland – Are You a Library User?
Scots ‘most likely’ to use public library Scotland has the highest level of public library use in the UK, new research has suggested. Exactly half of the 1,000 Scots asked by the Carnegie UK Trust and Ipsos Mori said they had visited a library within the past year. They found that families with young children, […]Read More Scots ‘most likely’ to use public library
An excellent article, written by Barbara Millar and published in Scottish Review (original article here: http://www.scottishreview.net/BarbaraMillar205a.html) By the end of April, the former Fife Council-run library in the East Neuk village of Colinsburgh will be under new management – the local community. It will also have a new name – the Colinsburgh Galloway Library, in […]Read More How to save a Library – article by Barbara Millar
Our Library, behind the Scenes The last day of Fife’s operation of Colinsburgh Galloway Library (CGLT), the 28th of February, passed this week, with barely a ripple. What are we up to? Getting organised is what … here’s some examples: We’ve been training our volunteers who will provide the service. You may well know someone who is involved, you can be […]Read More Our Library … What are we up to?