Locally interesting talks…
Derwent Valley BRIDGE Community Library is expanding and widening what it can offer to the local community in addition to being a place to borrow books. Even in our early days as a volunteer-run library, we hosted the occasional talk and, in 2015, a talks group was formed to plan an annual programme.
Naturally, as a community-based facility, we are keen to include as many local contributors as possible on topics that cover not just fiction or literary subjects but also history, heritage, the environment and other local-interest subjects. We have limited resources and are not able to offer fees or hefty travel expenses and are extremely encouraged by the number of talented local people who have offered their support.
We are now embarking on our fourth season, buoyed by the success of the first sets of talks. A few events sold out in advance, with the rest almost full, and the feedback received from the audiences was very positive. Information about speakers and purchase of tickets is available from the library and on the website/Facebook. All the talks are held at the library from 7 – 9pm, on the second Thursday of the month from October to April (ex December) and the ticket price includes refreshments. It is advisable to book in advance!
Graham Bilton. Wildlife Officer
***** Tickets for the 2018-19 series are on sale now********
Click here for the full programme and further details
Tickets available from DVB Library. £4 per person including tea and coffee.