Join our very special guides Alice and Amy for an introduction to Bolton Library and Museum Services' Schools @ Home!
Becoming a part of Bolton's History
The times we are living in are totally unique. One hundred years from now, children will learn about the COVID19 pandemic just as they do today about the Great Fire of London.
We would like children to begin documenting their experiences by recording how they spend VE Day on Friday 8 May. Please send your diaries, drawings, photographs and other responses with the heading ‘Children’s lockdown journals’ to:
Post: Bolton Central Library, Le Mans Crescent, Bolton BL1 1SE
As well as highlighting it on our social media posts, the material you send us will be stored in our Archive for future generations to read. We are also intending to put some of the items into a Time Capsule and will find a way of celebrating this with you as soon as possible. It really is your chance to be a part of Bolton’s History. Get writing, get creative – get yourself in the History Books!
Bolton Libraries have some great resources to help you get into work, change your career or improve your existing skills. We've also gathered together some useful information and resources from around the internet!
Health @ Home
During Mental Health Awareness Week try and take time out to listen to this meditation which has been specially recorded for Bolton Library and Museum Services and Bolton Band by Solasana Yoga.