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Next Monday at Acocks Green Library – the first step to finding out your family history..book a place at the library.
Because of the financial constraints that continue to take their toll on public services, Birmingham City Council, who run our community libraries, are looking how they can save money. Some libraries are under threat of closing/moving or having their hours … Continue reading
As well as the usual events and activities that go on in our vibrant suburban village, this week we have some events that are worth a special mention. For more information about what goes on in Acocks Green check out … Continue reading
Birmingham Libraries have launched the latest Summer Reading Challenge for children to take part in during the school holidays. The challenge is to read 6 books during their school break and to write a short review of each book, did … Continue reading
If you want to encourage the kids to read more then this is the time – the Summer Reading Challenge is taking place at libraries across the country including Acocks Green Library. Children aged 4 to 11 are invited to … Continue reading