Events

Apr
3
Fri
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library
Apr 3 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library | Wales | United Kingdom

A new weekly Chatterbooks group for eight and nine-year-olds is starting in Abergavenny Library on Friday 8th March from 4pm to 5pm.  At Chatterbooks sessions children can meet new friends while discovering and sharing a passion for reading as they talk about books and take part in games, craft activities and competitions.  The sessions are free and all are welcome.

Chatterbooks is the UK’s largest network of children’s reading groups and has been created by national charity, The Reading Agency.

Councillor Paul Jordan, Monmouthshire’s cabinet member with responsibility for community hubs and libraries said: “Reading for pleasure is a very important factor in helping children achieve academic success and it opens their eyes to a whole wide world, not only in childhood but throughout life.”

Contact Abergavenny Library on 01873 735980 for more information.

May
22
Fri
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library
May 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library | Wales | United Kingdom

A new weekly Chatterbooks group for eight and nine-year-olds is starting in Abergavenny Library on Friday 8th March from 4pm to 5pm.  At Chatterbooks sessions children can meet new friends while discovering and sharing a passion for reading as they talk about books and take part in games, craft activities and competitions.  The sessions are free and all are welcome.

Chatterbooks is the UK’s largest network of children’s reading groups and has been created by national charity, The Reading Agency.

Councillor Paul Jordan, Monmouthshire’s cabinet member with responsibility for community hubs and libraries said: “Reading for pleasure is a very important factor in helping children achieve academic success and it opens their eyes to a whole wide world, not only in childhood but throughout life.”

Contact Abergavenny Library on 01873 735980 for more information.

Jun
20
Sat
Abergavenny Arts Festival @ Abergavenny Castle and surrounding venues
Jun 20 all-day
Abergavenny Arts Festival @ Abergavenny Castle and surrounding venues | Wales | United Kingdom

Hold the date! The third annual Abergavenny Arts Festival will be filled with inspiring, inclusive and affordable events for the local community and visitors of all ages and backgrounds. We’re working on an exciting programme (available in mid/late May) of workshops, demonstrations and performances, centred on the beautiful castle grounds and surrounding streets and venues. We’re also bringing the Arts Market into the castle grounds.

Arts Abergavenny Community Interest Company is a not-for-profit organisation supported by volunteers and invests all of its fundraising proceeds into the Festival and other arts-related community activities and workshops throughout the year. For more information, see our website at www.abergavennyartsfestival.com or send an email to artsabergavenny@gmail.com

Jul
10
Fri
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library
Jul 10 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library | Wales | United Kingdom

A new weekly Chatterbooks group for eight and nine-year-olds is starting in Abergavenny Library on Friday 8th March from 4pm to 5pm.  At Chatterbooks sessions children can meet new friends while discovering and sharing a passion for reading as they talk about books and take part in games, craft activities and competitions.  The sessions are free and all are welcome.

Chatterbooks is the UK’s largest network of children’s reading groups and has been created by national charity, The Reading Agency.

Councillor Paul Jordan, Monmouthshire’s cabinet member with responsibility for community hubs and libraries said: “Reading for pleasure is a very important factor in helping children achieve academic success and it opens their eyes to a whole wide world, not only in childhood but throughout life.”

Contact Abergavenny Library on 01873 735980 for more information.

Aug
28
Fri
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library
Aug 28 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library | Wales | United Kingdom

A new weekly Chatterbooks group for eight and nine-year-olds is starting in Abergavenny Library on Friday 8th March from 4pm to 5pm.  At Chatterbooks sessions children can meet new friends while discovering and sharing a passion for reading as they talk about books and take part in games, craft activities and competitions.  The sessions are free and all are welcome.

Chatterbooks is the UK’s largest network of children’s reading groups and has been created by national charity, The Reading Agency.

Councillor Paul Jordan, Monmouthshire’s cabinet member with responsibility for community hubs and libraries said: “Reading for pleasure is a very important factor in helping children achieve academic success and it opens their eyes to a whole wide world, not only in childhood but throughout life.”

Contact Abergavenny Library on 01873 735980 for more information.

Oct
16
Fri
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library
Oct 16 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library | Wales | United Kingdom

A new weekly Chatterbooks group for eight and nine-year-olds is starting in Abergavenny Library on Friday 8th March from 4pm to 5pm.  At Chatterbooks sessions children can meet new friends while discovering and sharing a passion for reading as they talk about books and take part in games, craft activities and competitions.  The sessions are free and all are welcome.

Chatterbooks is the UK’s largest network of children’s reading groups and has been created by national charity, The Reading Agency.

Councillor Paul Jordan, Monmouthshire’s cabinet member with responsibility for community hubs and libraries said: “Reading for pleasure is a very important factor in helping children achieve academic success and it opens their eyes to a whole wide world, not only in childhood but throughout life.”

Contact Abergavenny Library on 01873 735980 for more information.

Dec
4
Fri
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library
Dec 4 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library | Wales | United Kingdom

A new weekly Chatterbooks group for eight and nine-year-olds is starting in Abergavenny Library on Friday 8th March from 4pm to 5pm.  At Chatterbooks sessions children can meet new friends while discovering and sharing a passion for reading as they talk about books and take part in games, craft activities and competitions.  The sessions are free and all are welcome.

Chatterbooks is the UK’s largest network of children’s reading groups and has been created by national charity, The Reading Agency.

Councillor Paul Jordan, Monmouthshire’s cabinet member with responsibility for community hubs and libraries said: “Reading for pleasure is a very important factor in helping children achieve academic success and it opens their eyes to a whole wide world, not only in childhood but throughout life.”

Contact Abergavenny Library on 01873 735980 for more information.

Jan
22
Fri
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library
Jan 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library | Wales | United Kingdom

A new weekly Chatterbooks group for eight and nine-year-olds is starting in Abergavenny Library on Friday 8th March from 4pm to 5pm.  At Chatterbooks sessions children can meet new friends while discovering and sharing a passion for reading as they talk about books and take part in games, craft activities and competitions.  The sessions are free and all are welcome.

Chatterbooks is the UK’s largest network of children’s reading groups and has been created by national charity, The Reading Agency.

Councillor Paul Jordan, Monmouthshire’s cabinet member with responsibility for community hubs and libraries said: “Reading for pleasure is a very important factor in helping children achieve academic success and it opens their eyes to a whole wide world, not only in childhood but throughout life.”

Contact Abergavenny Library on 01873 735980 for more information.

Mar
12
Fri
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library
Mar 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library | Wales | United Kingdom

A new weekly Chatterbooks group for eight and nine-year-olds is starting in Abergavenny Library on Friday 8th March from 4pm to 5pm.  At Chatterbooks sessions children can meet new friends while discovering and sharing a passion for reading as they talk about books and take part in games, craft activities and competitions.  The sessions are free and all are welcome.

Chatterbooks is the UK’s largest network of children’s reading groups and has been created by national charity, The Reading Agency.

Councillor Paul Jordan, Monmouthshire’s cabinet member with responsibility for community hubs and libraries said: “Reading for pleasure is a very important factor in helping children achieve academic success and it opens their eyes to a whole wide world, not only in childhood but throughout life.”

Contact Abergavenny Library on 01873 735980 for more information.

Apr
30
Fri
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library
Apr 30 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Abergavenny Library Chatterbooks @ Abergavenny Library | Wales | United Kingdom

A new weekly Chatterbooks group for eight and nine-year-olds is starting in Abergavenny Library on Friday 8th March from 4pm to 5pm.  At Chatterbooks sessions children can meet new friends while discovering and sharing a passion for reading as they talk about books and take part in games, craft activities and competitions.  The sessions are free and all are welcome.

Chatterbooks is the UK’s largest network of children’s reading groups and has been created by national charity, The Reading Agency.

Councillor Paul Jordan, Monmouthshire’s cabinet member with responsibility for community hubs and libraries said: “Reading for pleasure is a very important factor in helping children achieve academic success and it opens their eyes to a whole wide world, not only in childhood but throughout life.”

Contact Abergavenny Library on 01873 735980 for more information.