Ham Library

Ham Library
Ham Street
Richmond Upon Thames
Middlesex
TW10 7HR
England

Website

E-mail

ham.library@richmond.gov.uk

Telephone

020 8734 3354

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Ham Library
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Ham Library is a public lending library offering standard text and large print books, language courses, audiobooks, CDs and DVDs. The library offers free Wi-Fi and wired internet access and use of its People’s Network computers with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). A range of online encyclopaedias and dictionaries plus newspapers, business and family history databases are also available.
Ham Library also holds regular children’s events such as Tiny Teddies and Storytimes as well as cultural events and reading groups for adults.

Venue Type:

Library

Opening hours

Please consult our website

Admission charges

Admission free.

Additional info

Scanner, photocopier, free-to-use computers, printing, Wi-Fi.

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Tracy Borman

Thomas Cromwell: The untold story of Henry VIII’s most faithful servant by Tracy Borman

  • 27 November 2014 7-8pm

Thomas Cromwell is known to millions as the leading character in Hilary Mantel's bestselling Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies. But who was the real Cromwell? Although for years he has been reviled as a Machiavellian schemer who stopped at nothing in his quest for power, Thomas Cromwell was also a loving husband, father and guardian, a witty and generous host and a loyal and devoted servant. With new insights into Cromwell’s character, his family life and his close relationships with both Cardinal Wolsey and Henry VIII, joint Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces Tracy Borman reveals the life, loves and legacy of the man who changed the shape of England forever.

Admission

Tickets £5
Part of the Richmond Literature Festival. To book please telephone 020 8831 6494 or visit www.richmondliterature.com

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