Why I became a Volunteer: Zarah

Why I became a Volunteer: Zarah

ZARAH I live with my parents in a village 2 miles away from Steeple Claydon. When my mum was visiting...

Why I became a Volunteer:  Hazel

Why I became a Volunteer: Hazel

HAZEL I have worked in the Library now for over 10 years. My late husband was the village  school headmaster....

Why I became a Volunteer: Marcy

Why I became a Volunteer: Marcy

MARCY I live in the village. After school on a Friday I work in the Library as a Junior Voluntary....

Why I became a Volunteer: Wendy

Why I became a Volunteer: Wendy

WENDY Books have always been my passion since I was a child.When I retired I was looking for something to...

Why I became a Volunteer:  Liz

Why I became a Volunteer: Liz

LIZ When I retired, I needed an interest to focus on and to get me out of the house. I...

Why I became a Volunteer:  Margaret

Why I became a Volunteer: Margaret

MARGARET I retire many years ago.The Library is within walking distance from my house,it was an ideal  voluntary job for...

Public Access Computers: Conditions of Use

In order to use the internet or any software on the library computers you must agree to abide by the...

Human Universe:

The laws of nature conspired to create a naked ape that can look up at the stars and wonder where...

Macmillan Field Guide:

Rocks & Minerals by Pat Bell (1985-05-01) Be the first to review this book

The Grumpy Golfer’s Handbook:

 Mark Twain famously said, golf is a good walk spoiled,A” but actually it’s a lot worse than that. Golf can...