All Events

  • Swish 2022 AGM
  • Book Donations Festival AppealBook Donations Festival Appeal
    We need YOUR UNWANTED BOOKS!. Are your book-shelves creaking with books that you have accumulated over the Covid period? The SWISH Library Friends are holding a SECOND HAND BOOK SALE as part of Stockton Heath Festival on 2nd and 3rd July.
  • PLATINUM JUBILEE CELEBRATIONPLATINUM JUBILEE CELEBRATION
    On Friday JUNE 3rd, SWISH Library Friends are holding a PLATINUM JUBILEE CELEBRATION with “Canapes and Fizz” and a Film Night. You are cordially invited to Stockton Heath Library for an evening of celebration and cinema nostalgia.
  • We Are GoodeyedeersWe Are Goodeyedeers
    Find out how a children s poet and a retired headteacher started self-publishing to raise money for a local children’s charity. During this humorous and entertaining talk, David will read some children’s poems from their latest book and retell some funny tales from his time working in schools. Mike will explain how they are using QR codes in their books to give the readers a different experience.
  • Am Evening with Dr Kathryn MannixAm Evening with Dr Kathryn Mannix
    Join us for an evening with Sunday Times Bestselling author Dr Kathryn Mannix as she discusses Death Positivity and answers your questions on how to live with the end in mind.
  • Library Fines AmnestyLibrary Fines Amnesty
    Warrington Library are operating an overdue charges amnesty until the end of March 2022. Hunt down those library books and bring them back to any Warrington library before the end of March and any overdue charges will be waived.
  • The Jubilee FieldThe Jubilee Field
  • Swish January NewsletterSwish January Newsletter
    Read about all the latest news from the Friends of Stockton Heath library.
  • Bill Cooke’s talks on WarringtonBill Cooke's talks on Warrington
    Beginning in February 2022, Bill will present a new trio of fabulous monthly talks on the notable events and people in Warrington
  • The Story of Ellen HeesomThe Story of Ellen Heesom
    The Story of Ellen Heesom, a local Warrington woman convicted of murder
  • When Life Gives You LemonsWhen Life Gives You Lemons
    Three local authors talk about their writing and publishing journey through 2020 and beyond
  • Journey through Native American historyJourney through Native American history
    On Saturday, December 4th, David Jones will relate the epic battle between myth and reality and reveals the true nature and history of the Native American peoples.
  • Reading FriendsReading Friends
    Reading Friends is a new kind of weekly reading group that brings people together – in a relaxed and social atmosphere – to read, have a cup of tea and chat.No need to book, just turn up !!
  • Family HistoryFamily History
    Try a FREE Family History “Taster Session” using “Ancestry” and “Find My Past” at Stockton Heath Library. Friday 5 November 2021 10.30 to 12.00pm. Friday 19 November 2021 10.30 to 12.00pm. Booking required as places are limited.
  • Autumn 2021 NewsletterAutumn 2021 Newsletter
    Our Autumn 2021 Newsletter containing everything that’s going on in the Library over the next few months is now available to read or download.
  • Swish Readers
    The SWISH Friends’ reading group has returned to Stockton Heath library, meeting on the second Tuesday of every month at 11am. See the SWISH Friends’ notice-board in the Library for a reminder of the books we will be discussing each month. The next meeting is on Tuesday 12 October at 11.00am where we will be discussing “The Whistleblower” by Robert Peston. We look forward to welcoming new members. Come along and share our passion for reading.
  • Wildlife DrawingWildlife Drawing
    Wildlife Drawing Taster Workshops. Learn the basics of drawing feathers with Anita Young
  • Library books due backLibrary books due back
    All items issued from 1 March 2020 are now due for return on 1 June 2021. Any items not returned by 1 June 2021 will be subject to overdue charges (except for books issued to children aged 12 and under). Items can be renewed by telephoning your local LiveWire library or online at libonline.livewirewarrington.co.uk. Our Order and Collect Service is still available. Details can be found at livewirewarrington.co.uk/library/order-and-collect.
  • Museum St. Library moveMuseum St. Library move
    Because of maintenance work taking place at Warrington Museum the Library is moving to Golden Square Shopping Centre from the 7th May.
  • Universal Offer Calendar
    The new Universal Library Offers aim to connect communities, improve wellbeing and promote equality through learning, literacy and cultural activities such as Health & Wellbeing, Culture & Creativity and Information & Digital, Reading.
  • Order and Collect Service
    Our libraries may be temporarily closed but we are here to help with our free “Order and Collect Service”. Simply email collections@livewirewarrington.org Tell us the type of books you like to read We will select up to 5 books for you to collect For more information please visit www.livewirewarrington.co.uk/library/order-and-collect
  • Library Re-openingLibrary Re-opening
    Our library will be re-opening Thursday 9 July, then, until further notice:   Monday:     10am-6pm (closed 1-2pm) Thursday:   10am-6pm (closed 1-2pm) Saturday:    9.30am-1pm  Please note: The library will be closed for lunch from 1-2pm. You will need to bring your library card with you in order to use the library. As well as limited opening hours, for the first few weeks there will be a limited service. Libraries will open for people to return and borrow books. There will be no access to the computers or toilets. Reservations are suspended for now. All children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Everyone must use the sanitiser provided ...
  • SWISH Friends against SCAMSSWISH Friends against SCAMS
    Come along and learn about the different types of scams that exist and how we can protect ourselves against them. Learn the important top 5 tips, as well as how scams can affect anyone, even the younger generation.

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