February ’20

Sawbridgeworth Community Library

Sawbridgeworth Community Library

Thank you for all the support you have given us thus far, we are extremely happy with the figures we have had back for 2019. There have been over 14,000 items borrowed, including books, magazines, Audio Books and plenty more. What’s more, our figures have put us at the top of the Herts Community Libraries for New members. Make sure you help us keep up there by joining up and coming to see how you can benefit from all that we have to offer.

Chatter Tables are starting in February. This is a regular session where you are welcome to come in to read and chat alongside others. They will be what the members want them to be, so we may have board games, cards, photos and all sorts of things available to do whilst enjoying some social interaction at the same time.

Half Term Week
February Half Term we have a few things running for the children to come and join in with.

Monday 17th Play House Day, we will have a cardboard Play house put up for the children to play in and decorate.

Wednesday 19th 10.30-11.00 – Spring Fling- Baby Rhyme Time with refreshments available 11.00-11.30 for a small donation

2pm-4pm- Cress Heads- Come and make and decorate a cress head in this make and take session. £1 Cress Head made.

Saturday 22nd 11.00-11.30 – Spring Fling Saturday Stories. Available to ages up to 7 years old. Join us for this Spring themed session.

All week – Decorate some growing vegetable shapes for our display boards, a vegetable garden themed picture hunt and of course some SCLV Spring Themed stickers!


Silent Night on Fair Green, but plenty of singing

Once again there was a massive turnout for Sawbridgeworth & District Rotary’s Carols on Fair Green on Christmas Eve. This traditional half hour event introduced a new feature, the waving of torches in people’s mobile phones in time with the music, during the singing of the carol ‘Silent Night’.

The carols were led by Great St Mary’s Choir, conducted by their Director of Music, David Wood, and accompanied by members of Epping Forest Band.