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November is here and it’s time to focus on men’s health! Many people now know November as ‘Movember’, a month in which people around the world are encouraged to grow a moustache over the next 30 days! The aim of … Continue reading
Today, we will look at some of the most rarely seen and fascinating animals known to man, the animal agents. Animal Agents live in many environments, but a place where you are certain to find them is Brighton and Hove … Continue reading
Each year, for one weekend in August, our already unique and vibrant city gets brighter, louder and even more extraordinary than usual. This is of course, due to the annual LGBT Pride celebrations and as you are probably already aware, … Continue reading
Our Summer Reading Challenge takes place every year during the summer holidays. Saturday 15th July sees this year’s launch across Brighton & Hove Libraries. Kids are encouraged to sign up at their local library to collect special prizes for reading … Continue reading
Our wonderful volunteers enjoyed tea and cakes made by Library Officer Nick to celebrate Volunteer Week. Our volunteers help with a variety of tasks, putting books back on the shelves and keeping libraries tidy, creating displays and helping library users … Continue reading
It’s June! The sun is shining! It’s National Bookstart Week! The chosen book for this year is ‘Everybunny dance!’ written and illustrated by Emily Sandall. A tale of a blossoming friendship between a warren of musical bunnies and a friendly … Continue reading
Just as we predicted in our previous post, May was indeed a very busy month, and things aren’t slowing down! There’s lots going on during June and next week we’re focusing on diabetes, in support of Diabetes Awareness Week. Over … Continue reading
Brighton Festival kindly gave our Reading Hack Young Volunteers some Pay it Forward tickets to attend a YA author panel this month called ‘Optimism for Difficult Times’. Here’s Baelie’s write-up of what was a really interesting and funny evening with … Continue reading
Mental Health Awareness Week 2017, 8th – 14th May This year the focus is on good mental health and questioning whether people are surviving or thriving when it comes to their mental wellbeing. Instead of just getting by and ‘surviving’ with … Continue reading
As part of their current exhibition – Many Ways To Tell A Story – Fabula Collective are holding a drawing event during April, hosted by Hove Museum. All Brighton and Hove school children and any adults who would like to … Continue reading