What's on: BOOKS & TALKS & COMEDY & POETRY READINGS

Events at local libraries, book clubs, lectures, talks, comedy, poetry groups, reading groups, education, books and stories.

What's On at Wokingham Borough Libraries: July-September 2019

For dates and times see the What's On Guide

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What's On at Wokingham Borough Libraries - July-September 2019

At the Wokingham Borough libraries there are lots of events for children, families and adults.

Each of the local libraries has put together a full programme of activities, competitions, creative workshops and there's something for every age group.

For full information see the July-September 2019 What's On Guide.

For some events you may have to call the library and book your place, so here's a handy guide of telephone numbers:

  • Arborfield Library tel: 07801 664520
  • Finchampstead Library tel: 0118 908 8176
  • Lower Earley Library tel: 0118 931 2150
  • Maiden Erlegh Library tel: 0118 966 6630
  • Spencers Wood Library tel: 0118 988 4771
  • Twyford Library tel: 0118 934 0800
  • Wargrave Library tel: 0118 940 4656
  • Winnersh Library tel: 0118 979 7519
  • Wokingham Library tel: 0118 978 1368

More library information: www.wokingham.gov.uk/libraries.

Henley Literary Festival 2019

Saturday 28th September
to
Sunday 6th October

For times see the festival website

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Throughout Henley

See the list of venues.

Henley Literary Festival 2019

Founded in 2007, the Henley Literary Festival has firmly established itself as one of the UK's most popular literary festivals, bringing together punters and pundits from far and wide in an annual meeting-of-minds set across its stunning riverside hometown.

Now in its 13th year, Henley Literary Festival is established as one of the UK's biggest book festivals, with past authors including Judith Kerr, John Major, Jilly Cooper, John Sentamu and Julia Donaldson. The 2019 festival will take place from Saturday 28 September – Sunday 6 October at venues across Henley-on-Thames with over 170 talks, Q&As, workshops and performances for adults and children.

This year's line up will include Mary Berry, Kate Atkinson, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Tim Rice, Nadiya Hussain, Dom Joly, Pru Leith, Jack Straw, Michael Rosen, John Craven, Bryony Gordon, Melvyn Bragg, Monisha Rajesh, Tracy Borman, Matt Coyne, The Unmumsy Mum, Hurrah for Gin and Edd China.

Family events included Chris Riddell, Dougie Poynter, Rob Biddulph, The Harry Potter Show, Elmer the Elephant and so much more.

Tickets are on sale to Friends of the Festival now. You can become a Friend of the Festival from just £35, receiving priority booking as well as exclusive offers, while provide vital support to the festival as a not-for-profit organisation.

Tickets are on general sale online and by phone on 01491 575 948 from 10am on Monday 22nd July, 2019.

For the latest information see: www.henleyliteraryfestival.co.uk.

Wokingham Children's Book Festival 2019

Saturday October 19th &
Sunday October 20th

9.45am-3.30pm
(see Schedule)

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Wokingham Library, Denmark Street, Wokingham RG40 2BB

How to get there.

Wokingham Town Hall, Market Place, Wokingham RG40 1AS

How to get there.

Wokingham Children's Book Festival 2019

Wokingham’s 2nd annual Children's Book Festival on October 19th and 20th will be a fabulous chance for the children of Wokingham to meet authors and illustrators who will bring stories to life through fun, interactive workshops.

Interactive workshops will be run in Wokingham Library and Wokingham Town Hall to show children how they can create and conjure up characters and plots that make them shake with excitement, amaze their parents and teachers, but most of all have them all bursting with pride.

With writing stories, creating characters and plots all part of the school curriculum, these workshops will help fuel imaginations and help in class too!

Talks and interactive workshops span the age ranges with events suitable for 3 - 12 years old.

Talks are priced at £3 per person.

Our official bookseller W H Smith will have a stall at each venue for you to purchase books (cash only).

Visit W H Smith website 'more arts.' Visit Wokingham Town Council website

For a list of all the workshops, and to buy tickets for workshops, see www.wokingham-tc.gov.uk/bookfest.

Wokingham Children's Book Festival is brought to you by Wokingham Town Council, Wokingham Borough Libraries Service and 'more arts.'.


Timeless announcements: BOOKS and TALKS

These literary activities run permanently.

SPARK EDUCARE Learning Centre

Open daily

9am-3pm

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SPARK EduCare - Lower Earley Centre, Maiden Place, Community Centre, Lower Earley, Wokingham, RG6 3HE

We are a 1:1 tutoring facility helping young people with their education.

9am-6pm we work with excluded, NEETs & Looked After Children;

Evenings, weekends & holidays we work with 5-18 in exam prep & fun activities.

Children new to the UK education system need a gradual introduction to the primary national curriculum.We have award winning resources for this vital transition education support service.

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More information: For information and an enrolment form download our brochure or visit our website at www.sparkeducarecic.com or call 0118 986 3377 or 0118 966 6441