SPINE Festival – Meet the boroughs of Bexley and Hounslow

Find out about the SPINE Festival boroughs of Bexley and Hounslow

Introducing Bexley…

The borough of Bexley is home to 10 libraries, housing a wide range of resources, and hosting an exciting mix of regular activities for children, young people, and adults.Bexleyheath-library

Central Library, Bexleyheath is the main Library for the borough, with a great variety of books and activities for all ages and meeting rooms available for hire.

Visit Central Library, Bexleyheath on Saturday 7 March for a special SPINE Festival showing of Half Moon Theatre‘s Pop-Up Flashback — pop-up books and poetry like you’ve never seen or heard before! For all the details and to see what other great events you can catch visit our events page.

Introducing Hounslow…

With 11 libraries, the borough of Hounslow offers a huge breadth of library and community services. Amongst these, Hounslow Central Library is a great meeting place for the public, providing good disabled access for all visitors, free WiFi, meeting rooms for hire, and comprehensive information services. The London borough of Hounslow library services are managed by Cultural Community Solutions (CCS).Rachel Sambrooks at the Glee

Throughout SPINE Festival, writer and performer Rachel Sambrooks will be bringing her comedic storytelling talents to Hounslow Central Library. With over 10 years of experience working as a performer, writer and teacher/facilitator, Rachel has been a creative in schools and loves working with children. Look out for Rachel’s blog posts coming soon…

Rachel has put together a great programme of SPINE events taking place in February and March, and culminating in a whole day of celebration for people of all ages to enjoy. For full details of Rachel’s Artist in Residence programme, visit her events page.

For more information about Bexley and Hounslow library services visit www.bexley.gov.uk/libraries | www.hounslow.info

SPINE Festival is produced by Apples and Snakes in partnership with library authorities across London as part of Apples and Snakes’ work as an Associate Bridge organisation. For more information visit the SPINE project page or follow #SpineFestival.