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Glasgow Women’s Library is moving!

We are packing up and moving to the Mitchell Library over the next couple of weeks. The library office at Parnie Street is now closed to visitors while we pack boxes and get ready to move. We will open our doors at the new Glasgow Women’s Library at 15 Berkeley Street (the old Anderston Library space at the Mitchell) on Monday 6th September 2010.

Supporters of the library will know that we have been fundraising to renovate the new space. The (rather abrupt) shift in our moving date means that we are moving into the Mitchell before the renovations are carried out, and our fundraising will continue. Indeed, we are stepping up our fundraising with the upcoming Auction of Pleasures on Friday 17th September at St Andrew’s in the Square, which promises to be a spectacular evening.

And believe it or not in amongst organising the move we still have produced a full and fantastic programme of lifelong learning events kicking off in our new home in the Autumn! Take a look at our calendar: from fantastic films and singular stories to our the latest in our ever-popular Women’s Heritage Walks, there’s sure to be something for you.

GWL @ the Mitchell

Our new address is: 15 Berkeley Street, Glasgow G3 7BW and our new telephone number is 0141 248 9969


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We’ll be getting a new telephone number from next week, but at the moment you can still contact us on 0141 552 8345

You can now contact us on our new telephone number 0141 248 9969 or by calling our new mobile number 07783 975 044 during office hours. You can, of course, always contact us through the website or via email at info[at]womenslibrary.org.uk. We’re also on Facebook and Twitter – come by and say hello online while we’re closed offline!

Bear with us while we move – and we hope to see you at the Mitchell when we reopen on 6th September!

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