Book clubs in Ashton-under-Lyne

Below you'll find every active listing we have for book clubs and readers in Ashton-under-Lyne

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Added 17 days ago

Ellie

I'm 19 and haven't read properly since a young age aside from the odd book here and there. I used to love the work of R.J Anderson, and I still have a passion for fantasy books. I'd like to meet like minded people and get back my imagination!

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DTH

Have dyslexia along with other learning difficulties such as dyscalculia and dyspraxia. He learned to read and write at a late age, making school life difficult. However, his mother, Carol, would read to him and buy him books, starting his love of literature. Throughout his life, he dreamt of one day getting his own stories out into the world.

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Book Talk

The audio book reading group for visually impaired adults is welcoming new members! We meet on a monthly basis at the Vision First Resources Centre in Wilshaw House, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Tameside. We converse about a variety of books, both fiction and non-fiction, which are sent to us from the RNIB Library. Upon attending, all members can expect hospitality, friendly conversations and refreshments. To join this group, please contact the Tameside MBC Libraries service at 0161 342 2031. Tags: audio, talking books, visually impaired.

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Tameside Central Library Afternoon Readers' Group

Meets at Tameside Central Library on Run by Tameside Libraries Library service Tameside MBC - Libraries A group for adults. We read and discuss a variety of genre, including books recommended by group members, the librarian and other library staff. Members also recommend titles they have read for individuals to read. We meet at: Old Street, Ashton-under-lyne, Lancashire, OL6 7SG Accepting new members Tags audio, ebook, talking books

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Failsworth Library Reading Group

Every month, Suzanne Hudson hosts a reading group at Failsworth Library. This is a relaxed, informal setting where people can meet new people, explore new authors and different genres, and express their thoughts about a recent book. Books are provided by Oldham Library Service, and suggestions for future reads are welcome. If you're looking for a place to discuss interesting books and share opinions, join us at Failsworth Library! New members are always welcome.

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