Cheshire East Libraries are holding a wide range of events to celebrate adult learning. You could try a new craft, brush up your IT skills or learn a few words of French or Italian. You can watch demonstrations, listen to talks, take a local history tour, enjoy an Indian head massage and more... Visit the libraries' pages to find out what's on near you.
Cans Legal Information explains English, Welsh & Scottish legislation. Access Cans for accurate and up-to-date legal information on British and European law. Cans provides a summary of social legislation and can help you to know your rights, deal with money worries, find out about benefit entitlements, answer questions about discrimination or disability, and understand employment rights or social housing law. Relevant and updated daily, this is a complete legal resource for anyone with a question about the rights and responsibilities associated with living, working or engaging in life in Britain.
We are looking for volunteers to help children to complete the 2013 summer reading challenge, Creepy House. You need to be over 16 and able to spare 25 hours over the summer. Visit our Volunteering page for further details of the role and how to apply. Deadline for applications is 31st May 2013.
Joining the library opens up a vast world of knowledge, entertainment, culture and information. Once you become a member you may borrow up to 20 items! It's free to join - just pop into your local library (all you need is one form of ID with your name and address) or join online. You don't need to live in Cheshire to join, but you must have a UK address. You'll also have access to a range of online services and resources in both Cheshire East and Cheshire West and Chester libraries. When you use Your Library Online you can...