Richmond Lending Library

Richmond Lending Library
Little Green
Richmond
Greater London
TW9 1QL
England

Website

E-mail

richmond.library@richmond.gov.uk

Telephone

020 8734 3330

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Richmond Lending Library
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Richmond 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.
Richmond 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.

Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Peter Jones

Eureka!: Everything you ever wanted to know about the Ancient Greeks but were afraid to ask by Peter Jones

  • 10 November 2014 7:30-8:30pm

The Ancient Greeks gave us our alphabet and much of our scientific, medical and cultural language; they invented democracy, atomic theory and the rules of logic and geometry; established artistic and architectural canons visible to this day on all our high streets; laid the foundations of philosophy, history, tragedy and comedy and debated everything in the most sophisticated terms. In this thoroughly entertaining romp through the world of the Ancient Greeks, author Peter Jones will demonstrate just how much of our world finds its origins in theirs.

Admission

Tickets £7.50/£6
Part of the Richmond Literature Festival. To book please telephone 020 8831 6494 or visit www.richmondliterature.com

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