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Arthur Conan Doyle

Arthur Conan Doyle All the clues are there in the first few pages: the narcotics, the torpor, the scratching on the violin, the trusty but plodding assistant. It’s not long … Continue reading

Aye Write

Aye Write! It’s not often we give a shout-out to our west coast cousins, but this month we want to sing Glasgow’s praises high. Congratulations to the 2023 Aye Write … Continue reading

National Limerick Day

National Limerick Day National Limerick Day celebrates Limericks. A limerick is a short, often humorous, and sometimes rude poem consisting of five lines. The first, second and fifth lines should … Continue reading

International Haiku Poetry Day

International Haiku Poetry Day Some say it captures the ephemeral beauty of nature. Some believe it to be the essence of a keenly-perceived moment. Others describe it as the blank … Continue reading

World Poetry Day

World Poetry Day 21st March 2023 World Poetry Day celebrates a style of literature as old as language itself, spanning all cultures and continents. With stylistic forms and sub genre’s … Continue reading

Library’s Easter Egg Hunt

Library’s Easter Egg Hunt Each library campus is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt, test your study skills and win a chocolate egg. Hurry while stocks last! Study Skills with a … Continue reading

Charles Darwin Day

Charles Darwin Day What an adventure! Virgin jungles, unclimbed mountains, teeming oceans, tropical rainforests, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes – Charles Darwin saw it all on his five-year voyage around South America. … Continue reading

Scottish Traditions: Burn’s Night

Scottish Traditions: Burn’s Night Burns Night is a traditional celebration of Scotland’s national bard, or poet, Robert Burns. It is held on 25th January, Burns’s birthday, when Burns suppers are … Continue reading

Jane Austen Day

Jane Austen Day   Picture, if you will, a walnut tripod table by a window in a country house. It’s tiny, with twelve sides and a moulded edge. Imagine a small … Continue reading

International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Held annually on 3 December International Day of Persons with Disabilities was established by the United Nations (UN) in 1992 with the aim of promoting the rights and well-being of … Continue reading

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