Dec 2022 - All day Xmas Party
Watching the Muppets Christmas Carol
Watching the Muppets Christmas Carol
Making crackers for the tree.
Quick, books for Christmas
Santa arrived to say hello before his busy day
Merry Christmas Santa
Saturday morning and it's cracker making at the library.
Another successful cracker crafter!
The girls and boys are concentrating hard.
We love the antlers!
As part of the Saltash Town Council Library Hubs 'Green manifesto' and in partnership with TREE Saltash, a Crab Apple tree was planted in our side garden for all to enjoy. In the Spring we will be planting wild flowers underneath.
Two fantastic 'dock dung' murals were presented to Mayor Cllr Bickford at the Library Hub from local school children as part of the Treasurys Kernow Summer Festival
Come in your spooky costumes we asked, and they did!
Face-painting and scary activities supplied by the Library team.
You can never start too young!
It's family time at the Hub!
A planned and successful day in the Library Hub with prescribers, facilitators and energy support companies.
Treasure Island came to town - a wonderful morning of events, songs and activities for families to enjoy.
A lovely morning with the Treasure Island gang.
Children's author and illustrator Tom McGloughlin explaining how he draws his characters.
Tom McGloughlin with his latest book.
Authors Liz Fenwick and Emma Cowell visited the Festival in support of Libraries week.
Author Patrick Gayle enthralling the audience.
Children's author and illustrator Simon James in action.
Simon James finished our first Literary Festival in style.
Here is Charlotte in front of her winning 'Plastic Pollution' poster.
Here's Toby, age 8. our last Treasure Hunt winner
A happy Lego 'Build a gadget' prize winner James, age 6.
Ethan and Dylan, age 9, winners of the Lego 'Build a gadget' over 8's competition.
Here's three of our many Gold Medal 'Gadgeteer' Summer Reading Challenge winners. Well done to all 94 gold medal finishers.
Craft activity to make lady bugs and spiders in appreciation of all our bugs, arachnids and invertebrates.
Westcountry Rivers Trust visited the library hub in support of World Rivers Day. Lots of tiny river invertebrates fascinated everyone. Thanks to Perry and the team.
Tastings a plenty with local varieties of eating apples once considered lost.
A fun weekend was had by all at Saltash Regatta. At the Library tent we had Clive Pigg storytelling on Saturday
Story teller Clive Pigg in action with spell-bound children
Sunday at the Regatta and story-teller Lisa Schneidau enraptures the audience.
You can't beat a good story. Sunday at the library at Saltash Regatta.
Here’s our very own Library volunteer Keith being presented with a certificate by Saltash Mayor Cllr Richard Bickford to thank him for five years of amazing volunteering.
Thank you so much Keith and we look forward to the next five!
Summer Reading Launch on Saturday 9th. For 'Gadgeteers' we had the biggest gadget turn up.
So many gadgets to look at.
Children's author Naomi Jones read to the children from her latest gadgeteers book.
Naomi had fun with the children with learning activities.
The first Lego gadgets for our Lego gadgeteer competition.
Getting an early start on The Summer Reading Challenge.
Animal Encounters came back to the Library Hub promoting our Big Green Environment Show. Here children are learning about animal habitats.
Ozzie from Brazil came along to help out.
Some animals make you go 'AWWW!' others make you go 'EEEEEEEch!'
A Madagascar Tenrec takes centre stage.
Ok everybody, lets change colour to yellow.
For part of our BIG GREEN ENVIRONMENT SHOW story-teller Lisa Schneidau popped in for 'Tales of Wonder & Nature'.
'Seadream Education' came into the Library Hub for a series of workshops about the wonders of the sea and our environmental impact.
Lots of fun was at hand for THE BIG GREEN ENVIRONMENT SHOW. How to pilot an underwater camera.
What do fish really see in the dark gloomy depths of our oceans? Pop your head in and find out!
Lola picks up her telescope prize for winning the Science Week networks competition.
Plastic Free Saltash with Cllr Peggs leading the way.
Science Fair - Plastic re-cycling with Precious Plastics
Look what we can make! Loads of great things with re-cycled plastic tops.
Creating re-cycled plastic dream-catchers
Science Fair - Learning about climate change with Plymouth University
Building Bridges with Tamar Crossings
Science Fair - The magic of magnets!
Science Fair - The Mayor checking out the robots!
The Mayor manipulating space-time - honest!
Science Fair - A great time mucking about with science!
Tasty nutrition treats with Waitrose
February Well Being Month - Food and Nutrition with Waitrose
February Well Being Month - 'Have a go' guitar session with Livewire at the Library Hub
I know that tune!
'Meet the Author' with adventurer Ed Buckingham
February Well Being Month - An introduction to Pilates
Saltash Town Band playing carols outside of the library.
Not too cold for Christmas cheer!
Santa pays a visit.
Christmas activities in the Library
Stick men for the Christmas tree
Christmas Family fun
Jamie, one of our Christmas drawing competition winners
Halloween face painting - watch out for wizards!
You've got spiders on your face!
These princesses are definitely not scary.
That's what I call a bat!
Saturday morning Halloween bat making activities in the library
'Meet the Author' morning with childrens environmental author Ellie Jackson.
Ellie Jackson reading from one of her children's environmental story books.
Fun Palace at the Library did what it says on the tin - The 38ft Ann Glanville gig even turned up from Caradon Gig Club
The Saltash Floral Art Club produced wonderful displays and attracted a lot of interest at the Fun Palace.
Having a bash at the brass from the Saltash Brass Band!
Discussing all the wonderful groups and societies at the Fun Palace. In front of Saltash Heritage Museum and The Core information exhibitions.
Livewire at the Fun Palace with guitar workshops.
Sophie (age 6) collecting her prize of a visit to Porfell Animal Sanctuary for winning our 'Walk in the Woods' and 'Walk by the River' competition.
Harriette (age 6) collecting her Summer Reading Challenge goodies bag prize for her amazing animal drawing.
Full house to meet the brilliant LIZ FENWICK.
The Mayor and Lady Mayoress, Councillors Pete and Brenda Samuels kick off the morning. Cake anyone?
Tea and cake morning underway.
A canine friend supporting the cause.
A brilliant day at the Library with Animal Encounters as part of our Summer Reading Challenge.
More animal encounters with a Brazilian Pigmy Owl. He's full size by the way.
A very brave customer!
I think we can spot this Chameleon.
Our resident MUSIC MAN David was back singing in the Library again to lots of children. It's been a long time - welcome back David.
Well done to Noah for winning our Harry Potter writing and reading competition.
It's Harry Potter week from the 21st June. Plenty of time to pop in and collect a FREE activity pack and a dastardly magical quiz to win a Harry Potter wand.
May the 4th be with you Winner - Alfie
May the 4th be with you Winner - Lincoln