Monday, 24 April 2017

Next Meeting: Afternoon Tea: 2pm Sunday 14th May

Our next meeting will be earlier than usual, for afternoon tea, and needs to be booked in advance, anyone who would like to join us, please contact us to book your place as soon as possible, but no later than Friday 5th May - by email at runcornreaders[at]outlook.com

The price (payable in advance) is £8.50 and includes sandwiches, cakes and a pot of tea.

No single group read this month, your own choice from any of this years' 26 World Book Night Books.
Image used with permission from the resources page of http://worldbooknight.org

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Sunday, 19 February 2017

Next Meeting: 7pm Sunday 19th March - Suzie's House

The challenge for March's meeting is to listen to an audiobook (free-choice) - the library has a good selection on CD if you need.

The book for this time was The Rescue Man, by Anthony Quinn.


Monday, 23 January 2017

Next Meeting; Sunday 19th February 2017

The book to read for next month is the "recommended by a librarian" choice from our reading list and is The Rescue Man written by Anthony Quinn, set in Liverpool during WWII.

Library reading group copies are available (see Sam if you need a copy) and are due to be returned to the library on or before 23rd Feb, so you can bring them to book club next time if that's easier for you.

And next time, we'll be meeting at the Red Lion, in Moore at 7pm.

Sunday, 25 September 2016

Jane Braved the Shave!!


There's still time to donate to her fundraising page for MacMillan, here, and before her hair was shaved off, Jane's hairdresser made six plaits, which Jane has donated to The Little Princess Trust, to be turned into real-hair wigs for young cancer patients!

Friday, 9 September 2016

Sponsor Jane to "Brave the Shave"

This special interim blog post is because one of our members, Jane, is Braving the Shave, and having all of her lovely hair shaved off, in order to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support on the 22nd September 2016, which is before our next meeting.

It would be great if we could encourage more people to sponsor Jane through her fundraising page