WELCOME TO GLEN HILLS LIBRARY
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Cafe and Library Recruitment (PDF, 956 Kb)
Would you like to be a volunteer in Glen Hills Library or The Park Cafe - come along to the open evening on 23 February at 7.30pm for a drink and a chat to see if you would like to join us.
THREE MEN IN A BOAT
AN EVENING OF ENTERTAINMENT
Are you looking for an evening of entertainment - Kick in the Head productions in association with The Phoenix Theatre and Arts Centre will be presenting Three Men In A Boat Adapted from Jerome K Jerome's hilarious book.
Tickets are £10 and the evening is suitable for 16 year +
To buy tickets please call 07769 698194 or 0116 2787720
Three Men In A Boat 5 March 2022 (PDF, 320 Kb)
Three Men In A Boat
Glen Hills Library Logo Competition Winner.
Huge congratulations to Leo Mason of Glen Hills Primary School who was recently announced as the winner of the Glen Hills Library Design a Logo competition!
Thank you to everyone who took part and designed some fantastic entries for the competition! Special thanks also to Linda Sidorowicz and the Cultural Communties Network of Leicestershire County Council.
Why not pop along to the library and have a look at our new logo?
Glen Hills Library is now open at the following times:
Monday and Tuesday- 09:30-12:30
Thursday- 09:30-12:30 and 14:00-17:00
The computers are now also available for use with each allowing social distancing.
Glen Hills Together- Recipes!
Glen Parva Memories- Creative Writing.
Deck the Railings by Christine Thomas. (PDF, 60 Kb)
Deck the Railings by Christine Thomas.
Wandering in Glen Parva by Linda Sidorowicz. (PDF, 88 Kb)
Wandering in Glen Parva by Linda Sidorowicz.
Creative Writing Memory by Janet Malloy. (PDF, 72 Kb)
Creative Writing Memory by Janet Malloy.
Memories- Glen Hills Library and the Area- by Joyce Calow.
In Remembrance- Major Robert Cruickshank by Glen Lee. (PDF, 348 Kb)
In Remembrance- Major Robert Cruickshank by Glen Lee.
A Glen Parva Childhood in the 1980's and 1990's by Graham Sidorowicz.
A Glen Parva Childhood- by Alice. (PDF, 79 Kb)
A Glen Parva Childhood- by Alice.
Full of the Joys of Spring- Glen Parva Archive. (PDF, 152 Kb)
Full of the Joys of Spring- Glen Parva Archive.
Following training on 26th October 2018, Glen Hills Library are now proud to announce that they are now officially a 'Safe Place'.
A safe place is somewhere you can come if you are feeling distressed, vulnerable or confused. Our volunteers can assist you by providing support or advice to help you. They can also guide you in the right direction to external support services and provide safety if you have been struggling out and about in the community.
Whether it be a cup of tea and a friendly ear or help in contacting family, the library team are on hand to help.
Glen Hills library are also a part of the Message in a Bottle Scheme. This is where you put any information about medication or your medical history into the plastic bottle along with your personal details and this is then stored in the fridge.
In case of an emergency, the emergency services can then access information quickly by retrieving the bottle, containing your information directly from the fridge, in effect saving precious time.
If you would like a bottle, please see a member of the library team.
Glen Hills Sports and Social Club- by Jan Martin. (PDF, 117 Kb)
Glen Hills Sports and Social Club- by Jan Martin.
A Few of My Glen Parva Memories- by Joyce Calow. (PDF, 65 Kb)
A Few of my Glen Parva Memories- by Joyce Calow.
Glen Parva Writers- by Glenise Lee. (PDF, 87 Kb)
Glen Parva Writers- by Glenise Lee.
The Story of Featherby's Nursery by John Featherby. (PDF, 374 Kb)
The Story of Featherby's Nursery by John Featherby.
The Glen Parva Lady by Linda Sidorowicz (PDF, 97 Kb)
The Glen Parva Lady by Linda Sidorowicz
Happy Memories of Growing up in Glen Hills- by Tony Gale.
Click and Collect Service Request Form.
Click and Collect Request Form (Word Document, 18 Kb)
Click and Collect Request Form
Joining the Library.
If you would like to become a library member, you can still join over lockdown. Call into the library during click and collect opening hours and ask a volunteer for a form.
There are online resources available for adults and children to enjoy whilst our library is closed and work related courses for people in the workplace, or those planning to join the work force.
Leicestershire Libraries COVID-19 FAQ.
Leicestershire Libraries COVID-19 FAQ. (Word Document, 14 Kb)
Leicestershire Libraries COVID-19 FAQ.
VOLUNTEERING IN THE LIBRARY OR CAFE
Volunteering is a rewarding and enjoyable activity and we welcome new volunteers. If you are interested, please pop into the library and fill in an application form. We will be in touch with you as soon as possible. All volunteers are happy to chat about their experiences, so do not hesitate to speak to them.
Glen Hills Library is entirely run by volunteers and aims to provide a hub for the local community. Within the library is The Park Café which is also run by volunteers - for more information go to The Park Café page on the website.
We have extensive opening hours and host a range of additional activities.
All activities are free and no booking is needed - just turn up.
LIBRARY AUTUMN OPENING HOURS.
14.00 – 17.00
If you have any questions, contact Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org
The contact number for the Library is 0116 2787720
GLEN HILLS LIBRARY SAFER PLACE SCHEME.
The picture shows the Safer Place logo.