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Can't get to the library? Let the library come to you! The Home Library Service is entirely free of charge and available to anyone of any age who cannot easily get to the library, and we have our own HLS volunteer based at Wincanton Library. Read on to find out how it works.
Anyone who took part in the Big Friendly Read, or attended the craft and story day in August already knows what fun libraries can be. Wincanton Library Friends intend to host creative events for children during all half term breaks and other school holidays.
Somerset County Council is calling on young people to sign up as volunteers for this year’s Summer Reading Challenge, helping to encourage children to read during the summer holidays.
Having had a Royal beginning when opened on 27th June 1973 by Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret, Wincanton Library is most definitely one of the town's treasures, adding much value to our residents over the last 40 years.
Wincanton Library invited the accomplished novelist Lyndon Stacey, to give a reading of her work and a public talk on Thursday 27th June.
Looking for something to do during the Summer holidays? There's StoryLab for younger ones and the Reading Passport, too. Write a book review to be entered into a Prize Draw and win a suitcase full of books!
What you need to know about Wincanton Library.
On the first Saturday of every month we have story time, why not come along?
In Wincanton for the launching of his latest book in the Discworld series, Sir Terry visited our library.
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