Amanda Wait


Libraries are already a great model of the sharing economy – one Burnage resident can access one of hundreds and thousands of books, delivered to their community library, all for free. They’re a great place for groups to meet up, information to be shared, and new ideas to grow, At […]

Greening Burnage Library.


Freelance Heritage Lottery Project Officer – Burnage: A Place Called Home Friends of Burnage Library are seeking a Freelance Project Officer to support the delivery of their Heritage Lottery Funded project exploring the development of Manchester Corporation’s Housing estates in Burnage in the 1920’s and 30’s. The project officer will […]

Heritage Lottery Project Officer: Freelance Opportunity



Freelance Session Leader opportunity: Age Friendly Burnage – Burnage History Champions Group. Friends of Burnage Library (FoBL) are looking for a sessional leader to deliver 36 weekly Local History sessions within Burnage Library, Activity & Information Hub, supporting our Burnage History Champions group to develop their skills, confidence and knowledge […]

Freelance Local History Session Leader Opportunity







You might have never noticed the steel shutter on the front of Burnage Library before but there’s no way you’re going to now. Burnage has a brand new artwork – a beautiful design by artist Nick Hamilton which celebrates our Community Powered Library and the richness of the imagination the […]

There’s Art at the Heart of Burnage




It’s just another ordinary Thursday morning in Burnage – RNCM student combo Dolce String Quartet are playing a live free concert to a diverse group people who’ve come together in the local Library. Chairs are rapidly arranged, kettles are boiled, toddlers toddle and sit, move and dance, folk settle down […]

Everyday Magic