Mental Health Awareness Week 2018

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:

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:































An extra-special big ‘Thank You’ to our work experience learner, Molly who co-designed our Hinckley display, really well done, we’re impressed!


New Books Available

Some new books are now available to borrow.


How To Write A Winning UCAS Personal Statement by Ian Stannard

A Quick Guide To Special Needs and Disabilities by Bob Bates

Studying Abroad- A guide for UK students 5th edition by Cerys Evans

Doing Essays and Assignments: Essential tips for students 2nd edition by Pete Greasley

Getting Into Psychology Courses 11th edition by John Cooter

Getting Into Engineering Courses by James Burnett

Getting Into Business and Economics Courses by Carly Roberts

Study Skills For Students With Dyslexia: Support the specific learning differences 3rd edition by Sandra Hargreaves

Rona Tutt’s Guide To SEND & Inclusion by Rona Tutt