Lord Gardiner visits Beacon Villages Community Library

Government minister Lord Gardiner of Kimble  was in Ivinghoe  on Friday 11th October  to visit the Beacon Villages Community Library (BVCL),  as part of  Buckinghamshire’s Libraries Week. BVCL, in the medieval Ivinghoe Town Hall, was  singled out  for the visit as “a great example of how a library can provide a valuable community resource in a  … Read more

Thank you

Thank you to everybody who donated to the Alzheimer’s Society as a result of the Library’s recent Cupcake For Dementia Day – you raised a fantastic £60, PLUS several online donations! Should anyone still wish to make a donation to this worthy cause, you may do so at any time by visiting their website https://www.alzheimers.org.uk

I’m Baking for Dementia Day

We are hosting a Cupcake for Dementia day in the Library on Saturday 14th September from 10am onwards until the goodies have been sold. The donations will be going to the Alzheimers Society – Look forward to seeing you then!

2019 AGM Reports

The Minutes and reports of the AGM held on 6th July 2019 are below. Please scroll down to read the entire document online or use the icons top right to download/print it:

2019 AGM

BVCL 100 CLUB

Now in its 9th Year! Come and join our many prizewinners and help to support your local Library. Three guaranteed cash prizes every month! Why not pick up a pack at the Library in Ivinghoe? Or email treasurer@bvcl.org.uk for further details and an online application form.

Buckinghamshire Libraries Mobile Library Service Consultation

Buckinghamshire Libraries Mobile Library Service Consultation We would like your views on the future of Buckinghamshire’s Mobile Library Service. Have your say… The consultation is available from 1 November 2017 until the closing date of 31 December 2017. Complete the consultation online You can also complete the consultation online at any Buckinghamshire library. Fill in … Read more

2017 AGM Reports

AGM Reports The Minutes and reports of the AGM held on 1st July 2017 are below. Please scroll down to read the entire document online or use the icons top right to download/print it: