Once again you have all been very generous. We have put together a Christmas food hamper and raised money for Glebe House. This is a fantastic facility offering support to our students.
We have raised £62.03p; some of this was from sales of our handmade festive decorations and some was from donations to our book exchange.
Our Gift Tree was once again a big success. People could take handmade baubles from the tree and in return donate the item printed on it (biscuits, chocolate etc) to the hamper.
Many thanks for your generosity and support.
The Library team wish all students and staff a very Merry Christmas.
The Library handmade Easter gift pots have raised £10.50p for Glebe House. This amount added to the £86.55p from our recent cake sale means we have raised a total of £97.05p. A big thank you for your generosity and support. Happy Easter.
Yesterday students and staff could be seen tucking into cakes in the Library(and it was all for a good cause). The delicious cakes were made by Library staff and some of the College cleaners, they were being sold to raise money for Glebe House.
Thanks to your generosity we raised £ 86.55p . Thank you very much for your support, we hope you enjoyed the cakes.
Come and treat yourself or someone special to one of our handmade Library Easter gift pots. All the pots have been made using recycled magazine pages, they contain chocolates(chocolates may contain traces of nuts) and Easter chicks. They are £1.00 each and are available at the Nuneaton campus Library, all proceeds will go to Glebe House.
The Nuneaton campus Library will also be holding an Easter cake sale on Thursday 12th March 2015 (10.30am onwards), all proceeds will also be going to Glebe House.
Thanks to your generosity, £25.29 has been raised through the Library book exchange. This money has been donated to Glebe House. There are two book exchanges, one in the Nuneaton campus Library the other in the Nuneaton staff lounge.
Thank you so much for your support. Happy New Year!
A BIG thank you to staff and students who bought our recycled Magazine Xmas Trees.
You raised £75.05 for Glebe House across the Hinckley and Nuneaton campuses.
So well done to all those who made them and all those who bought them!
For those of you that missed this last year and are curious to know what it is all about:
The Christmas Gift Tree, was decorated entirely with paper baubles made from old recycled books; each bauble had a grocery item printed on it and participants were asked to take a bauble of their choice for their own tree and in exchange place the appropriate grocery item in the hamper under the tree.
The hamper is then sent to Glebe House, which is based at the college’s Nuneaton campus.
The Gift Tree is now on display in the Nuneaton campus library. Why not get involved and help someone else enjoy Christmas this year?
Yes, they’re busy getting ready for Christmas and working hard to make decorations to bring in donations for Glebe House.
Take a tree decoration and bring back the item printed on it or, for a minimum donation of £3, take home one of our marvellous Christmas trees!
The Library Recyclers have been at it again – Christmas trees made from magazines! A minimum donation of £3 for Glebe House will reserve one for you to collect at the end of term.
Hurry – limited stock available!
And here’s one of Santa’s helpers – unfortunately he didn’t leave any presents under them!
Hi, I’m Cara, the systems librarian. This is the story of my happy mistake…
The day started much like any other – my alarm went off and I dragged myself out of bed. I was due to spend the day working at the library at South Leicestershire College, our partner college. Over there, staff are encouraged to wear pyjamas for Children in Need. I thought I’d join in with the spirit of things and left the house in the morning wearing my jimjams. Due to a last minute staff shortage, I didn’t quite make it to SLC and instead spent the day in the Nuneaton library at NWHC. Over here, Children in Need is celebrated in different ways, meaning I was the only person in the whole college wearing pyjamas. I’m sure you can imagine how I felt – pretty silly to say the least!
With the help of Louise from the reprographics department, we managed to turn my embarrassment into a positive. We found a collection tin and whipped up a poster. By the end of the day, £13.90 had been donated in the library. Plus, my story generated more than a few laughs throughout the day.
It was lovely the way people pulled together. A big thanks to everyone who donated money. £13.90 and a lot of laughs – not bad for a mistake, eh?!