Kibworth Community Library.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” – Maya Angelou (American poet)
Making people feel special.
Many of us in the village have been made to feel special this year. With anonymous gifts of hearts and hugs, strangers delivering food, medicine and books to our doors, and a lovely sense of community that has grown stronger despite the hardships the pandemic has brought to us all. The possibility of the end of restrictions by the end of June brings a belief that life will slowly return to normality.
Opening soon hopefully.
Here at the library, we are hopeful that we will be re-opening on Monday 12th April at 2pm. We will resume as we were during the summer, opening for four days a week and maintaining all of the protective measures that kept us safe before. We are really looking forward to seeing you all again.
Moving the library.
As you may have read in previous editions of the Chronicle, discussions are being held between the Community Library Trustees, the Parish Councils and the Trustees of Kibworth Grammar School Hall. These are about moving the Library into the Grammar School as part of a Joint Parish Council initiative to make the best use of community facilities. They are at an early stage as, clearly, all of us need to benefit from any changes. We will keep you informed regarding progress.
Stay safe everyone and we will see you very soon!!
Monday 2 – 4pm
Tuesday 10am – 12pm
Wednesday 2 – 4pm
Saturday 10am – 12pm