Council’s Cabinet backs ambitious new libraries strategy

Swindon Borough Council has renewed its commitment to boosting literacy levels by ensuring libraries across the town reach their full potential. At Wednesday’s (6 Feb) Cabinet meeting, it was agreed that the Swindon Library and Information Service will be delivered directly by the Council in line with the authority’s pledge to offer opportunities that develop… read more

Swindon Libraries News – December 2018

It’s that festive time of year, why not escape the shopping and relax with a book? We have some festive happenings going on so read on to find out more… Visit The Library Shop at STEAM Look out for the Swindon Library shop this year at STEAM Museum, where we will be joining other local artists… read more

Christmas at STEAM 2018

Enjoy Plenty Of Sparkle This Christmas at STEAM Come along to our magical weekend event and follow our Festive Trail as you enjoy all the attractions at STEAM over the Christmas and New Year period. New for this year, we are open on New Year’s Day! Check our opening times in this newsletter. Three fabulous… read more

Tenant Focus – November 2018

Housing Repairs Now Online You can now report issues with your home and book a repair online through My Housing Tenancy. The online system lets you report repairs at any time in minutes and book appointment times that suit you. Find out more here. We are running a series of sessions in local communities and… read more

Tenant Focus – September 2018

Street Reps wanted! Street Reps are groups of housing tenants that get involved in the issues that concern them and where they live. They work with us to try and make their community a nicer, safer place and they also get involved with making decisions on how we provide housing services. We are looking for Street reps… read more

Swindon Libraries News – September 2018

The Lost Words Trail is a great way to spend time with your family and have fun exploring Swindon   Can you find the lost words hidden around Swindon town centre? The trail is inspired by The Lost Words by Robert Macfarlane, a book full of nature-themed words that are falling out of children’s common usage. Join… read more