Cefn Remembers

Come and join our new activity at Cefn Mawr Library called Cefn Remembers. We invite you to come and chat to library staff and volunteers from the museum all about your memories of Cefn. The first session, which will take place on Thursday, November 2, will be all about the shops and streets of Cefn.

Cefn Mawr Carnival, 1974.

Cefn Mawr Carnival, 1974.

Don't worry if you can't make this date, we will have more sessions about different topics on the first Thursday of the month, from 2pm-3pm. There will also be a great selection of history books for you to borrow as well. We look forward to seeing you there!

Carers Library Card

If you care for someone and find it difficult to make time for yourself to visit the library then why not sign up for a Carers Card for yourself and the person you look after at your local library? You can borrow up to 20 books at a time, borrow e-books, e-magazine and use other e-resources at any time of the day or night, borrow Books on Prescription titles, browse the library catalogue at home, and order the books that you want and collect from your local library - books for information, study or pure enjoyment! For more details ask at your local library today. Proof of eligibility will be required.

Digital Wednesdays at Rhos Library

Do you need to access IT equipment to help with your job search, applications, online searches or completing your online journal? Why not come along to the digital workshops provided by Communities for Work Plus at Rhos Library every Wednesday from 10am-noon, where a member of their team will be on hand to support you.

Free magazines

With the cost of living increasing on a daily basis the little treats in our lives are falling by the wayside. If you like reading magazines but you're finding your budget won't stretch that far at the moment, why not try downloading our e-magazine app, Libby, and get your magazines for free? Libby will allow you access to hundreds of magazines including Radio Times (annual saving £130), TV Times, Lingo Newydd, Private Eye (annual saving £77.74), Cosmopolitan, The Economist, Hello (annual saving £267.75) and BBC Gardener's World (annual saving £39.99). Visit www.wrexham.gov.uk/libraries and follow the online services link.

Don't forget…

Author David Ebsworths latest novel, Blood Among the Threads.

Author David Ebsworth's latest novel, Blood Among the Threads.

We have two amazing authors for you to meet over the next few weeks. On Wednesday, November 1, at 7pm, you can meet David Ebsworth who will be launching his latest novel Blood Among the Threads set in Wrexham during 1876. On Wednesday, November 8, at 6pm, come and meet Dani Robertson a Dark Skies Officer for Snowdonia National Park who will talk about her first book All Through the Night. Both of these events will be held at Wrexham library and both are free to attend but we advise you to book your place beforehand. Call the library on 01978 292090.

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Fy Mlwyddyn Heb Fwyta gan Samuel Pollen

Fy Mlwyddyn Heb Fwyta by Samuel Pollen

Fy Mlwyddyn Heb Fwyta by Samuel Pollen

Mae Max yn 14 oed, ac mae ei anhwylder bwyta wedi cymryd drosodd ei fywyd. Yng nghanol argyfwng teuluol, mae anorecsia Max yn gwaethygu ac yn ei dynnu ymhellach oddi wrth ei deulu a'i ffrindiau nes ei fod yn teimlo'n unig iawn. A fydd cymorth pawb o'i gwmpas yn ei dynnu yn ôl? Dyma nofel onest a gobeithiol am effeithiau anhwylder bwyta ar bobl ifanc.