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65 Clarendon Road, Colliers Wood, London, SW19 2HR
The Library, extremely well served by excellent transport links, performs a broadbrush, positive civic, learning and social function to the local community.
Robust links forged with local primary schools mean that regular visits are made by schoolchildren to the Library to nurture their interest in reading and learning.
Parents with babies and toddlers are well-catered for with weekly Music Mayhem, Rhyme-Time and storytelling activities.
Primary school-aged children can get help with their homework and reading skills and for relaxation can develop their creativity at Saturday Scribblers or currently (January and February 2014) at a Friday-afternoon Poetry Workshop.
There's all manner of workshops and weekly sessions on offer for adults to learn and fine-tune their creative, relaxation and language (English, French and Spanish conversation classes currently on offer) interests.
For further information on the many and varied activities run at Donald Hope Library, Colliers Wood, visit:
Friends of Donald Hope Library: www.friendsofdonaldhopelibrary.org.uk
A small intimate and very community friendly library. There's always something going on in the library whether its for toddlers, small children, adult education or pensioner groups. Plans are afoot to relocate Colliers Wood library to the new development of the Brown and Root tower, hopefully without losing its character.
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