Horley Library Autumn Events 2018
Elly Griffiths – on tour at Horley Library
Thursday 22 November, 7.30pm–8.30pm. Horley Library. Tickets: £10.
Join bestselling crime writer Elly Griffiths as she talks through her career and influences. A wonderfully engaging speaker Elly will discuss how she got her pen-name Elly Griffiths, her love of crime writing, and the influences on her writings and characters.
This event is part of the Body in the Library crime festival in Surrey libraries.
Why we are Crazy about Crime? An evening with crime writer William Shaw
Thursday 29 November, 7pm–8pm. Horley Library. Tickets: £5.
Crime fiction currently outsells every other type of fiction in the UK. Why do we relish delving into the dark side so much?
Horley Library is moving
A decision has been made to move Horley’s popular library to a new site on the corner of the new Russell Square development, opposite the Jack Fairman pub. The plans are well underway. The new premises are almost the same size and it is expected that the new library will become a modern and central feature of the town centre.
Horley Library is one of the most well used libraries in Surrey. It is a valuable focal point for our community. The library is always busy, and it’s not just about books. People of all ages use the library to access the internet, meet and pick up local information. The Horley History Society play an active part, there is a great kids’ corner and much more.
We look forward to getting more information as news on the functions and features of the new library become available.