In support of Mental Health Awareness Week, the Libraries at Nuneaton, Hinckley & Wigston have displays of useful resources such as books, e-books and DVDs as well as really helpful printable downloads offering advice on subjects such as stress, healthy diets, family, exercise, drinking and mindfulness.
You can have a read for yourself at: www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications
In addition, there is an iPad at Nuneaton with the ‘Stop, Breathe & Think’ app downloaded on it so you can try it out for yourself!
More info can be found at: www.stopbreathethink.com
An extra-special big ‘Thank You’ to our work experience learner, Molly who co-designed our Hinckley display, really well done, we’re impressed!
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We’re open over Half-Term!
From Monday 19th February both Nuneaton and Hinckley Campus Libraries will open to students and staff at 8:45am and close at 4:30pm (apart from 4pm on Fridays)
Normal opening hours will resume Monday 26th February.
The college staff art works are on display at the exhibition Those Who Can’t at the Atkins building next to the college campus in Hinckley. Brilliant works in different forms and materials – mixed media, photography, multimedia, sculpture, documentary and more – can be seen until 10 May.
For more, see http://www.creativehinckley.co.uk/events/event-detail/those-who-cant
Last electrical and interior jobs are still under way in the newly built campus in Hinckley, but its Library already had its first users – learners having their enrolment interviews and tutors. Over the next two weeks this fantastic space will aquire its final shape, but it is already accessible to learners, prospective learners and staff.