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Drop-in session – Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) – Ruthin Library

Call in at Ruthin Library on Friday, August 4th between 1.30 and 2.30pm to meet your local Police Community Support Officer and to discuss any issues that are important to you.

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Llyfr a Llymed – Ruthin Library, 31/7/17, 7.30

Dadeni – Ifan Morgan Jones An exciting fantasy novel which moves from rural Wales to the turmoil of the Assembly in Cardiff and to the Tower of London, peppered with a generous dollop of Welsh history and culture. and Haf … Continue reading

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Cylch Darllen Llyfrgell Rhuthun – 18th July, 2.00pm

Dadani – Ifan Morgan Jones

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Ruthin Library Reading Group – 12th July, 7.30

The Pigeon Tunnel – John Le Carré ‘The Pigeon Tunnel’, John le Carré’s memoir and his first work of non-fiction, is a thrilling journey into the worlds of his ‘secret sharers’ – the men and women, who inspired some of … Continue reading

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Drop-in session – Police Community Support Officer, Ruthin Library

Call in at Ruthin Library on Friday, June 30th between 1.30 and 2.30pm to meet your local Police Community Support Officer and to discuss any issues that are important to you. Ruthin Library, Record Street, Ruthin, LL15 1DS 01824 705274

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Cylch Darllen Llyfrgell Rhuthun – June 20th, 2.00pm

Rebel rebel – Jon Gower A collection of 21 imaginative short stories – this is Jon Gower at his best. He takes us to the four corners of the world and introduces us to fictional and real characters in both … Continue reading

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Ruthin Library Reading Group – 14th June, 7.30

Etta & Otto & Russell & James – Emma Hooper Etta is starting to forget. But Otto loves her and if he remembers, then surely they can balance things out? Their neighbour Russell remembers too, but differently – and he … Continue reading

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