Unfortunately the Hall is still closed due to the current lockdown rules.
Gargrave and Malhamdale community Library is however still open for select and collect only. Please contact 01609 536547 email@example.com with your name, library card number and type of books you require. A day and time will be given for collection. The books will be in the entrance Hall lobby in a paper bag with you name on. A volunteer can assist with any enquiries, books may be returned at the same time. If you are unable to collect the books yourself, a home delivery can be arranged.
Access to the public computers and printer can be available by appointment only, calling the above number.
Please remember to keep an eye on the Village Hall noticeboard and the website for our sale items which at this present difficult time aid our funds slightly. New listings below ( see the gallery photo for some items ) :
Vintage Booklets ” About Gargrave ” published in 1980. 27 pages with business and shop adverts of the period, centre page Village map and historical information. £1.00 each, a few still available.
Selection of decorative Agate eggs, various stones : £5.00 each. 13 eggs in total.
Two limited ( 250 ) edition Air Ambulance prints, borders measure 12″ x 12″ : £5.00 each.
Educational books – Childrens Encyclopedia of British History, 230 pages. Romans to Modern Britain. £1.00.
Pocket dictionaries; German, German Verbs, Italian, 10,000 German Words. Standard size: Oxford Dictionary, Larousse french to english, english to french and Collins Dictionary and Thesaurus. All just 50p each!
The Great British Sewing Bee book – from stitch to style, 223 pages, with additional pattern pack containing 5 full size pattern sheets. ( 2016 series ) RRP price was £25.00 . Selling in aid of Manorlands for £5.00.
These can all be purchased with having no physical contact, cash sales only please. Collection can be arranged from outside the Hall. Please contact 01756 749235. 07989585564 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of the items have been donated for Village Hall funds whilst others have been donated in aid of Manorlands.