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Exeter Library is open seven days a week and receives an average of 1,500 visits a day. The library has over 1km of shelves containing over 60,000 books, CDs and DVDs which can be issued at any of the self-service points. In addition, the library has a reserve stack of approximately 150,000 items, available on request.

There is a large children's library overlooking Rougemont Gardens and a separate teen area, as well as 34 computers which are free to use for up to 2 hours per day and printing and copying facilities.

Exeter Library is also home to the Business and Intellectual Property (IP) Centre, where you can access information and attend business events and workshops to support your business or start up. The library also houses the first FabLab to be located within a public library in England. FabLab Devon is a community creative space that provides access to a range of digital equipment and machinery.

Exeter Library has a range of meeting rooms and function spaces available for hire for competitive rates. If you're looking for a city centre location for your meeting or event, find out more here.

There are five Blue Badge spaces outside the main entrance and four / five at the bottom of the slope (on Musgrave Row).  These are all general public Blue Badge parking spaces however and not dedicated to the library.

Services

Exeter Library events

The Glass Room Exhibition at Exeter Library
What happens when we increasingly rely on social media and the web for nearly all our information? What information do we see, and what do we miss? How do we know if a picture or a tweet is genuine or truthful? And what can we do if we can’t be sure?</br></br> The Glass Room is an exhibition where you can explore how social media and the web have changed the way we read information and react to it.</br></br> In the physical and digital Glass Room exhibition we will explore misinformation in all its forms and how we can manage it responsibly. The physical exhibition is visiting nine libraries between 18th October and December.</br></br>
Date: 18 October 2021
Time: 9:00 - 17:00
Description: What happens when we increasingly rely on social media and the web for nearly all our information? What information do we see, and what do we miss? How do we know if a picture or a tweet is genuine or truthful? And what can we do if we can’t be sure?

The Glass Room is an exhibition where you can explore how social media and the web have changed the way we read information and react to it.

In the physical and digital Glass Room exhibition we will explore misinformation in all its forms and how we can manage it responsibly. The physical exhibition is visiting nine libraries between 18th October and December.

Audience: All
Cost: Free
Theme:
Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library (Thursday Session 1)
Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library is back!</br> Bring your babies and toddlers to the Children's Library for songs and rhymes.</br></br> No need to book. As spaces are limited we are now doing 4 Bounce and Rhyme sessions a week.</br> 10am and 11am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.</br></br>
Date: 28 October 2021
Time: 10:00 - 10:30
Description: Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library is back!
Bring your babies and toddlers to the Children's Library for songs and rhymes.

No need to book. As spaces are limited we are now doing 4 Bounce and Rhyme sessions a week.
10am and 11am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Audience: Under 5
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library (Thursday Session 2)
Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library is back!</br> Bring your babies and toddlers to the Children's Library for songs and rhymes.</br></br> No need to book. As spaces are limited we are now doing 4 Bounce and Rhyme sessions a week.</br> 10am and 11am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.</br></br>
Date: 28 October 2021
Time: 11:00 - 11:30
Description: Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library is back!
Bring your babies and toddlers to the Children's Library for songs and rhymes.

No need to book. As spaces are limited we are now doing 4 Bounce and Rhyme sessions a week.
10am and 11am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Audience: Under 5
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
Harry The Hippopotamus Storytime with Andy Cooper at Exeter Library
Join us for this special storytime session with Andy Cooper, author of Harry The Hippopotamus./br>/br> Free event, no need to book. Just drop in!/br>/br>
Date: 29 October 2021
Time: 14:00 - 14:30
Description: Join us for this special storytime session with Andy Cooper, author of Harry The Hippopotamus./br>/br> Free event, no need to book. Just drop in!/br>/br>
Audience: Under 5
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
IT Drop-in at Exeter Library (Friday Session)
Need help using the internet? New tablet or smartphone? Having trouble with emails? Want to get set up with eBooks? Why not pop in to an IT drop-in session.</br></br> Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-12pm.</br> Seated in the Adult Crime Fiction section on the ground floor.</br></br> This drop-in session is not for complete beginners but for those who need a little help from our friendly staff.</br></br> There's no need to book, but during busy periods there may be a wait as staff aim to help as many people as possible during the session.</br></br>
Date: 29 October 2021
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Description: Need help using the internet? New tablet or smartphone? Having trouble with emails? Want to get set up with eBooks? Why not pop in to an IT drop-in session.

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-12pm.
Seated in the Adult Crime Fiction section on the ground floor.

This drop-in session is not for complete beginners but for those who need a little help from our friendly staff.

There's no need to book, but during busy periods there may be a wait as staff aim to help as many people as possible during the session.

Audience: All
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
Around the World in 88 Tales - A Lamp for Diwali, a Crow for Halloween at Exeter Library
'Around The World In 88 Tales' is inspired by museum objects at RAMM.</br></br> Would you sell your cow to a talking crow? Be entranced by this wondrously wild Palestinian tale learned from Hend Qattaa and retold by David Heathfield. Sandhya Dave will take you to the ancient land of India, where diva lamps were lit and monkeys fought to welcome back the most beautiful Queen & King. As you listen, you can discover the taxidermy crow, the woven Tzintzuan cow from Mexico and the beautiful Dhokra oil lamp from Odisha, India as well as more amazing objects from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. And you can share a tale too!</br></br> <a href='https://rammuseum.org.uk/around-the-world-in-88-tales/'>rammuseum.org.uk/around-the-world-in-88-tales/</a>.</br></br> Free event, just drop in</br></br>
Date: 30 October 2021
Time: 14:00 - 14:45
Description: 'Around The World In 88 Tales' is inspired by museum objects at RAMM.

Would you sell your cow to a talking crow? Be entranced by this wondrously wild Palestinian tale learned from Hend Qattaa and retold by David Heathfield. Sandhya Dave will take you to the ancient land of India, where diva lamps were lit and monkeys fought to welcome back the most beautiful Queen & King. As you listen, you can discover the taxidermy crow, the woven Tzintzuan cow from Mexico and the beautiful Dhokra oil lamp from Odisha, India as well as more amazing objects from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. And you can share a tale too!

rammuseum.org.uk/around-the-world-in-88-tales/.

Free event, just drop in

Audience: Child
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
Around the World in 88 Tales - A Lamp for Diwali, a Crow for Halloween at Exeter Library
'Around The World In 88 Tales' is inspired by museum objects at RAMM.</br></br> Would you sell your cow to a talking crow? Be entranced by this wondrously wild Palestinian tale learned from Hend Qattaa and retold by David Heathfield. Sandhya Dave will take you to the ancient land of India, where diva lamps were lit and monkeys fought to welcome back the most beautiful Queen & King. As you listen, you can discover the taxidermy crow, the woven Tzintzuan cow from Mexico and the beautiful Dhokra oil lamp from Odisha, India as well as more amazing objects from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. And you can share a tale too!</br></br> <a href='https://rammuseum.org.uk/around-the-world-in-88-tales/'>rammuseum.org.uk/around-the-world-in-88-tales/</a>.</br></br> Free event, just drop in</br></br>
Date: 30 October 2021
Time: 15:00 - 15:45
Description: 'Around The World In 88 Tales' is inspired by museum objects at RAMM.

Would you sell your cow to a talking crow? Be entranced by this wondrously wild Palestinian tale learned from Hend Qattaa and retold by David Heathfield. Sandhya Dave will take you to the ancient land of India, where diva lamps were lit and monkeys fought to welcome back the most beautiful Queen & King. As you listen, you can discover the taxidermy crow, the woven Tzintzuan cow from Mexico and the beautiful Dhokra oil lamp from Odisha, India as well as more amazing objects from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. And you can share a tale too!

rammuseum.org.uk/around-the-world-in-88-tales/.

Free event, just drop in

Audience: Child
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
Stories and Colouring with Triona Harris at Exeter Library
Join us for a special stories and colouring session with Triona Harris, author of The Tomluc Tree.</br></br> Free event!</br></br> No need to book, just drop-in</br></br>
Date: 30 October 2021
Time: 10:30 - 11:00
Description: Join us for a special stories and colouring session with Triona Harris, author of The Tomluc Tree.

Free event!

No need to book, just drop-in

Audience: Under 5
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
IT Drop-in at Exeter Library (Monday Session)
Need help using the internet? New tablet or smartphone? Having trouble with emails? Want to get set up with eBooks? Why not pop in to an IT drop-in session.</br></br> Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-12pm.</br> Seated in the Adult Crime Fiction section on the ground floor.</br></br> This drop-in session is not for complete beginners but for those who need a little help from our friendly staff.</br></br> There's no need to book, but during busy periods there may be a wait as staff aim to help as many people as possible during the session.</br></br>
Date: 01 November 2021
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Description: Need help using the internet? New tablet or smartphone? Having trouble with emails? Want to get set up with eBooks? Why not pop in to an IT drop-in session.

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-12pm.
Seated in the Adult Crime Fiction section on the ground floor.

This drop-in session is not for complete beginners but for those who need a little help from our friendly staff.

There's no need to book, but during busy periods there may be a wait as staff aim to help as many people as possible during the session.

Audience: All
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library (Tuesday Session 1)
Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library is back!</br> Bring your babies and toddlers to the Children's Library for songs and rhymes.</br></br> No need to book. As spaces are limited we are now doing 4 Bounce and Rhyme sessions a week.</br> 10am and 11am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.</br></br>
Date: 02 November 2021
Time: 10:00 - 10:30
Description: Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library is back!
Bring your babies and toddlers to the Children's Library for songs and rhymes.

No need to book. As spaces are limited we are now doing 4 Bounce and Rhyme sessions a week.
10am and 11am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Audience: Under 5
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library (Tuesday Session 2)
Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library is back!</br> Bring your babies and toddlers to the Children's Library for songs and rhymes.</br></br> No need to book. As spaces are limited we are now doing 4 Bounce and Rhyme sessions a week.</br> 10am and 11am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.</br></br>
Date: 02 November 2021
Time: 11:00 - 11:30
Description: Bounce and Rhyme at Exeter Library is back!
Bring your babies and toddlers to the Children's Library for songs and rhymes.

No need to book. As spaces are limited we are now doing 4 Bounce and Rhyme sessions a week.
10am and 11am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Audience: Under 5
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
IT Drop-in at Exeter Library (Wednesday Session)
Need help using the internet? New tablet or smartphone? Having trouble with emails? Want to get set up with eBooks? Why not pop in to an IT drop-in session.</br></br> Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-12pm.</br> Seated in the Adult Crime Fiction section on the ground floor.</br></br> This drop-in session is not for complete beginners but for those who need a little help from our friendly staff.</br></br> There's no need to book, but during busy periods there may be a wait as staff aim to help as many people as possible during the session.</br></br>
Date: 03 November 2021
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Description: Need help using the internet? New tablet or smartphone? Having trouble with emails? Want to get set up with eBooks? Why not pop in to an IT drop-in session.

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-12pm.
Seated in the Adult Crime Fiction section on the ground floor.

This drop-in session is not for complete beginners but for those who need a little help from our friendly staff.

There's no need to book, but during busy periods there may be a wait as staff aim to help as many people as possible during the session.

Audience: All
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
Exeter Pi Jam at Exeter Library
Exeter Raspberry Pi Jam is back at Exeter Library! Just drop-in on the first Saturday of every month.</br></br> The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore computing, and to learn how to program in languages like Scratch and Python.</br></br> Raspberry Jams are independently organised community events for people to come together to learn about digital making with Raspberry Pi.</br> Jam events come in all shapes and sizes: workshops for beginners, drop-in sessions to work on your own projects, show-and-tell, talks, and more.</br></br> More information about the Raspberry Jam community can be found at <a href='https://www.raspberrypi.org/jam/'>raspberrypi.org/jam</a>.</br></br>
Date: 06 November 2021
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Description: Exeter Raspberry Pi Jam is back at Exeter Library! Just drop-in on the first Saturday of every month.

The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore computing, and to learn how to program in languages like Scratch and Python.

Raspberry Jams are independently organised community events for people to come together to learn about digital making with Raspberry Pi.
Jam events come in all shapes and sizes: workshops for beginners, drop-in sessions to work on your own projects, show-and-tell, talks, and more.

More information about the Raspberry Jam community can be found at raspberrypi.org/jam.

Audience: All
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
In Conversation with Kathryn Hughes
We are excited to be holding an online In Conversation with million-copy-bestselling author Kathryn Hughes.</br> Kathryn's first novel, The Letter, was a self-published word of mouth sensation, a Kindle number one bestseller for forty consecutive days before later being published by Headline. </br> Kathryn will be talking to us about her new book The Memory Box a heartbreakingly beautiful novel that an unforgettable epic story of love and war.</br></br> For more information about the event and to join us live on Facebook, click <a href='https://www.facebook.com/events/682426742713864/'>here</a>.</br></br>
Date: 09 November 2021
Time: 19:00 - 19:45
Description: We are excited to be holding an online In Conversation with million-copy-bestselling author Kathryn Hughes.
Kathryn's first novel, The Letter, was a self-published word of mouth sensation, a Kindle number one bestseller for forty consecutive days before later being published by Headline.
Kathryn will be talking to us about her new book The Memory Box a heartbreakingly beautiful novel that an unforgettable epic story of love and war.

For more information about the event and to join us live on Facebook, click here.

Audience: Adult
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
The Munch Mission! by Brave Bold Drama at Exeter Library
The Munch Mission is a playable family theatre show in a ‘choose-your-own-adventure’ style.</br></br> Do you possess the wit, nerve and skill to become the next CIA agent?</br> Work with Agents Kahlo and Dali of the Company of International Artists to solve a fiendishly sneaky art heist. Help them to chase leads, decipher clues and interrogate suspects to retrieve the stolen artwork.</br> Full of mystery, intrigue and a hearty dollop of comedy thrown in for good measure, The Munch Mission offers a glimpse into the world of the CIA (just not as you know it…)</br></br> This show is best suited to those aged 6+ due to the pace of the storytelling however the content is suitable for younger audiences with lots for them to enjoy.</br></br> Advance tickets are £7.50 per person (Adults & Children) available via <a href='https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-munch-mission-by-brave-bold-drama-exeter-library-tickets-186982498687'>Eventbrite</a> (plus booking fee).</br> Alternatively tickets can be purchased in person at Exeter Library.</br></br> Duration: 65 minutes</br></br> <a href='https://www.bravebolddrama.co.uk/'>bravebolddrama.co.uk</a>.</br></br>
Date: 20 November 2021
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
Description: The Munch Mission is a playable family theatre show in a ‘choose-your-own-adventure’ style.

Do you possess the wit, nerve and skill to become the next CIA agent?
Work with Agents Kahlo and Dali of the Company of International Artists to solve a fiendishly sneaky art heist. Help them to chase leads, decipher clues and interrogate suspects to retrieve the stolen artwork.
Full of mystery, intrigue and a hearty dollop of comedy thrown in for good measure, The Munch Mission offers a glimpse into the world of the CIA (just not as you know it…)

This show is best suited to those aged 6+ due to the pace of the storytelling however the content is suitable for younger audiences with lots for them to enjoy.

Advance tickets are £7.50 per person (Adults & Children) available via Eventbrite (plus booking fee).
Alternatively tickets can be purchased in person at Exeter Library.

Duration: 65 minutes

bravebolddrama.co.uk.

Audience: Child
Cost: Please see event description
Theme:
The Munch Mission! by Brave Bold Drama at Exeter Library
The Munch Mission is a playable family theatre show in a ‘choose-your-own-adventure’ style.</br></br> Do you possess the wit, nerve and skill to become the next CIA agent?</br> Work with Agents Kahlo and Dali of the Company of International Artists to solve a fiendishly sneaky art heist. Help them to chase leads, decipher clues and interrogate suspects to retrieve the stolen artwork.</br> Full of mystery, intrigue and a hearty dollop of comedy thrown in for good measure, The Munch Mission offers a glimpse into the world of the CIA (just not as you know it…)</br></br> This show is best suited to those aged 6+ due to the pace of the storytelling however the content is suitable for younger audiences with lots for them to enjoy.</br></br> Advance tickets are £7.50 per person (Adults & Children) available via <a href='https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-munch-mission-by-brave-bold-drama-exeter-library-tickets-186982498687'>Eventbrite</a> (plus booking fee).</br> Alternatively tickets can be purchased in person at Exeter Library.</br></br> Duration: 65 minutes</br></br> <a href='https://www.bravebolddrama.co.uk/'>bravebolddrama.co.uk</a>.</br></br>
Date: 20 November 2021
Time: 14:30 - 15:30
Description: The Munch Mission is a playable family theatre show in a ‘choose-your-own-adventure’ style.

Do you possess the wit, nerve and skill to become the next CIA agent?
Work with Agents Kahlo and Dali of the Company of International Artists to solve a fiendishly sneaky art heist. Help them to chase leads, decipher clues and interrogate suspects to retrieve the stolen artwork.
Full of mystery, intrigue and a hearty dollop of comedy thrown in for good measure, The Munch Mission offers a glimpse into the world of the CIA (just not as you know it…)

This show is best suited to those aged 6+ due to the pace of the storytelling however the content is suitable for younger audiences with lots for them to enjoy.

Advance tickets are £7.50 per person (Adults & Children) available via Eventbrite (plus booking fee).
Alternatively tickets can be purchased in person at Exeter Library.

Duration: 65 minutes

bravebolddrama.co.uk.

Audience: Child
Cost: £7.50
Theme:
In Conversation with Dominic Nolan
Join us for an online In Conversation with crime writer Dominic Nolan.</br> Dominic is the author of the widely acclaimed novels Past Life and After Dark both of which received glowing reviews from press and fellow authors alike. Dominic has been shortlisted for a CWA Short Story Dagger 2021.</br></br> Dominic will be talking to us about his new book Vine Street. Vine Street, set in 1930s Soho, blends caustic wit, rich characterisation and emotional punch – mixing fact and fiction, people real and imagined – to achieve a dazzling literary crime novel.</br></br> For more information about the event and to join us live on Facebook, click <a href='https://www.facebook.com/events/368593851387759/'>here</a>. </br></br>
Date: 22 November 2021
Time: 19:00 - 19:45
Description: Join us for an online In Conversation with crime writer Dominic Nolan.
Dominic is the author of the widely acclaimed novels Past Life and After Dark both of which received glowing reviews from press and fellow authors alike. Dominic has been shortlisted for a CWA Short Story Dagger 2021.

Dominic will be talking to us about his new book Vine Street. Vine Street, set in 1930s Soho, blends caustic wit, rich characterisation and emotional punch – mixing fact and fiction, people real and imagined – to achieve a dazzling literary crime novel.

For more information about the event and to join us live on Facebook, click here.

Audience: Adult
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
Storytime and Craft with Anne Parsons at Exeter Library
Join us for this special Storytime and craft session with Anne Parsons, author of 'Archie, Wait!'.</br></br> No need to book, just come along!</br> Children must be accompanied by an adult.</br> Suggested age 6+</br> Anne will also be selling signed copies of her book!</br></br>
Date: 28 November 2021
Time: 14:00 - 14:45
Description: Join us for this special Storytime and craft session with Anne Parsons, author of 'Archie, Wait!'.

No need to book, just come along!
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Suggested age 6+
Anne will also be selling signed copies of her book!

Audience: Child
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
In Conversation with Jessica Thorne
Join us for an online Exeter Library In Conversation event with Jessica Thorne, writer of sword and sorcery, urban fantasy, and paranormal romance for adults and young adults.</br> Jessica saw Star Wars at an impressionable age and life was never the same. She’s loved fantasy, romance and science fiction ever since and spends her time looking for adventure – in the pages of her books.</br> Sometimes she is Ruth Frances Long and won the European Science Fiction Society Spirit of Dedication Award for Best Author of Children’s Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2015. Jessica will be talking to us about her latest novel The Book Binders Daughter.</br></br> For more information about the event and to join us live on Facebook, click <a href='https://www.facebook.com/events/380125446989905/'>here</a>.</br></br>
Date: 29 November 2021
Time: 19:00 - 19:45
Description: Join us for an online Exeter Library In Conversation event with Jessica Thorne, writer of sword and sorcery, urban fantasy, and paranormal romance for adults and young adults.
Jessica saw Star Wars at an impressionable age and life was never the same. She’s loved fantasy, romance and science fiction ever since and spends her time looking for adventure – in the pages of her books.
Sometimes she is Ruth Frances Long and won the European Science Fiction Society Spirit of Dedication Award for Best Author of Children’s Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2015. Jessica will be talking to us about her latest novel The Book Binders Daughter.

For more information about the event and to join us live on Facebook, click here.

Audience: Adult
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
Exeter Library In Conversation with Sam Carrington
We are thrilled that Sam Carrington will be joining Exeter Library's Karen for an online In Conversation event about her new thriller 'The Couple on Maple Drive.'</br></br> For more information and to join us live on Facebook, click <a href='https://www.facebook.com/events/2791946141097358/'>here</a>.</br></br>
Date: 07 December 2021
Time: 19:00 - 19:45
Description: We are thrilled that Sam Carrington will be joining Exeter Library's Karen for an online In Conversation event about her new thriller 'The Couple on Maple Drive.'

For more information and to join us live on Facebook, click here.

Audience: Adult
Cost: Free, donations welcome
Theme:
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Mon 09:00 - 18:00
Tue 09:00 - 19:00
Wed 10:00 - 18:00
Thu 09:00- 19:00
Fri 09:00 - 18:00
Sat 09:00 - 17:00
Sun 12:00 - 16:00


Cafe open
9:00 - 16:00 Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri
10:00 - 16:00 Wed, Sat

Contact us:

Callum Elliot-Archer

Email: Exeter Library
Tel: 01392 407027

Find us:

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Castle Street
Exeter
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Quilt Tour

A quilt inspired by a love of books and reading is going on tour around libraries in Devon.

The quilt has been created by Exmouth & District University of the Third Age (U3A) members and depicts shelves of books and a curious cat.

Year Month Library
2021 Jun Exmouth
2021 Jul Sidmouth
2021 Aug Axminister
2021 Sep Budleigh Salterton
2021 Oct Honiton
2021 Nov Ottery St Mary
2021 Dec St Thomas
2022 Jan Exeter
2022 Feb Teignmouth
2022 Mar Crediton
2022 Apr Topsham
2022 May Seaton
2022 Jun *Raffle Closes*
2022 Jul Exmouth

quilt

The beautiful quilt will tour libraries over the next year and it will be raffled to raise money for Libraries Unlimited.

Read more on Libraries Unlimited News