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Food for Thought closure - 30th June & 1st July

by Amy Sumner | Wednesday, 29th May 2019

Please note that Food for Thought will be closed from the evening of Sunday, 30th June until 2pm on Monday, 1st July. No meals will be available during these times.


    New for 1819! Books published 200 years ago…

    by Amy Sumner | Wednesday, 15th May 2019

    At Gladstone’s Library we rotate our History Room display every month to focus on a different aspect of our collection. This month we’ve dug out some of our best examples of works published in 1819, exactly 200 years ago, to give you a taste of what people were reading during the Georgian Regency period of British history. 



    The British Crime Writing Archive

    by Amy Sumner | Friday, 03rd May 2019

    Gladstone’s Library has, for three years, been home to the British Crime Writing Archive, made up of materials from the Crime Writers’ Association and The Detection Club. Martin Edwards, the Chair of the Crime Writers’ Association and the President of The Detection Club has worked closely with the Gladstone’s Library team to make the collections publically viewable here at the library.