Bromley House Library

Established 1816

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Marmots in the Arctic

We have some wonderful books in our travel collection which have benefited from being rebound with funds from our 'Adopt a book scheme'. Read more about a 2 volume work 'Narrative of a journey to the shores of the Arctic Ocean 1833-5 by Richard King on our recent blog

https://bhlibrary.wordpress.com/2017/03/17/Narrative 

Photographer in Residence

Photographer in Residence

Jim Grainger, an NTU photography graduate, will be working with us as a photographer in residence until the end of the year.

He will be in the library on the first Wednesday and Friday of each month to take photographs of the library and its members (with permission), and to develop plates on site. His particular interest is in nineteenth century photographic techniques. He has been given library membership until the end of the year. He will be running at least two events similar to the very successful wet plate collodion demonstration he held last year, and also plans to run hands-on workshops for our members in collaboration with The Nottingham Photo Parlour

Newsletter Spring 2017

Our Spring newsletter has been published and members should be receiving copies through the post over the next couple of days. An electronic copy can downloaded from the News page 

2017 Programme of Events

I am delighted to let you know that we have an electronic copy of our programme for you. Printed copies are available in the library and Tourist Information Centre and will shortly be posted out to members; in the meantime you can download from the link on the News page.

slowly i find my way

We have new exhibition by Kate Genever starting this week

Open to visitors Wednesday 2:00pm - 4:00pm and Saturdays 11:00am - 1:00pm

One flew over the Magpies Nest

We have a date change for the Colin Slater/Paul Mace talk on Saturday 28th January. The talk is now on Saturday 25th February.

Paul Mace will be in conversation with Colin Slater to chat about his new memoir on supporting Notts County over four decades