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Published 4th Oct 2011

Owl with book on building

A book club for people who find it difficult to get out and about is looking for new members.

RSVP, in partnership with Middlesbrough Library Service, host a telephone book club every month and are looking for new readers to join in.

Members just need access to a telephone in their home to take part.

At a set time each month, through RSVP’s teleconferencing system, participants join the group on the phone to discuss the book of the month.

The club is free, there are no telephone charges and the book of the month is dropped off by an RSVP volunteer.

If you are interested in joining contact Carol Reynolds on 01642 231560.

Photo credit: Yaffa Phillips





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