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Good Afternoon, Down Memory Lane and Potton Library Club

The aim of Good Morning, Good Afternoon and Down Memory Lane is:

  • To promote library services and reading and literature in the widest sense
  • To offer an activity which is open to all but will appeal particularly to people who are available in the day time To inform people of a range of learning opportunities
  • To encourage people to be active citizens

Good Afternoon is held at the following Libraries:

Potton Library Club is held in:

Library Club
Potton Library

All meetings start at 10.30. Tickets are £1.00, which includes refreshement. Please purchase tickets in advance as numbers are limited.

If you have any queries please contact the library on 0300 300 8063

Good Afternoon
Flitwick Library

All meetings start at 2.30pm

A charge of £1.50 is made to cover the cost of speakers' expenses and refreshments. We acknowledge the support given to Good Afternoon by Flitwick Town Council.

If you have any enquiries, please contact the Library on 0300 300 8057

Wednesday 5th June
Bedfordshire Archives and Records Service

Pamela Birch from (BARS) talks about the service and the stock they hold.

Wednesday 3rd July
The Disability Resource Centre

Learn more about the vital services, help and advice the Disability Resource Centre provide from Gordon Angus.

Wednesday 7th August
Life with a Hearing Dog

Patrick Boys will be giving a talk on his life with a hearing dog.

Good Afternoon
Stotfold Library

Good Afternoon meets every first Wednesday of the month at 2:30. A social club where you meet, chat and share memories together over a cup of tea and biscuit.
A charge of £1.00 is made to cover speaker's expenses and refreshments.

If you need transport to get to the library contact the library staff as numbers for the minibus are limited.

Wednesday 3rd July
The Talking Newspaper

Eileen Emmett will be visiting to tell us about The Talking Newspaper and the benefits it has for blind and partially sighted people in our community.

Page last updated: 17th May 2019