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Best place to thaw

Childs Hill Library has become a warm hub for the winter, offering the local community a cosy and welcoming space and reducing the need for costly heating at home.

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£30k Community Support Award

Kisharon has been awarded £30k by Barnet for a winter warmers project at Childs Hill Library in Cricklewood to address the cost of living crisis and help refugee families living in a local hotel.

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Library supports local residents

Kisharon’s Childs Hill Library has joined others in the borough working to support local people this winter.

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Childs Hill Library triumph

Kisharon Vocational College students can take a bow for keeping Childs Hill Library open for local residents.

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Gathering at library for Tu B’Shvat planting

More than 20 Kisharon School pupils and Kisharon College students gathered at Childs Hill Library to plant fruit bushes in the garden, celebrating Tu B’Shvat.

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Mayor plants trees at Childs Hill Library

Barnet Mayor Councillor Caroline Stock and Cllr. Peter Zinkin helped plant apple and pear trees in the garden at Childs Hill Library.

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Award for Childs Hill Library volunteers

Volunteers at Kisharon’s Childs Hill Library were among those highly commended in Barnet’s fifth Our Stars Staff Awards at Allianz Park in Mill Hill last week.

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Thanks a million, Tony

Local volunteer Tony Baker has stepped in to help at Childs Hill Library, in Cricklewood, which is run by Kisharon and Barnet Mencap.

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Library career for Jenna

Volunteering at Childs Hill Partnership Library in Cricklewood has convinced US student Jenna Wine, 20, to become a librarian.

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