The Carnegie Trust’s Rachel Heydecker reports on 4 more of the projects running as part of the Engaging Libraries programme
Alison Catlin writes about a project which used a creative approach to improve wellbeing, reduce isolation and investigate how the arts can be used to explore library spaces in new ways.
The Carnegie Trust’s Rachel Heydecker reports on 3 of the projects running as part of the Engaging Libraries programme
Mark Freeman writes about the 2 new spaces in Stockton's libraries: feeding creativity and developing skills, and stimulating the imagination.
Kerry Murray writes about how Norfolk libraries are bringing people together through tea and conversation.
Ayub Khan writes about the role libraries play in helping to reduce loneliness and social isolation, sharing examples from his libraries in Warwickshire
Daniel Waller writes about the launch of the first Tovertafel device in a public library, as part of creating a dementia friendly community
Rachel and Andy introduce the programme, share news of a couple of projects and write about the support network
The role of libraries in shared decision-making and health information literacy.
How libraries can help provide patient and public information