Reading Discussion Group

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Reading Discussion Group

A new book discussion group is being hosted at the community library.

This will take place monthly, on a Tuesday lunchtime, and will be a chance to talk about books you've read recently and hear from others about what they've been reading.

There will be no commitment to read a particular book each month, as you would in a traditional book group. Instead this is an opportunity to meet up with other people who enjoy reading to get some ideas of good books to read and share your own likes and dislikes.

The group is open to all adults, library staff are hoping that people who work from home or in Haddenham workplaces might be able to fit it in during their lunch break.

For more information, email: librarymanager@haddenhamcommunitylibrary.org.uk

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