The Reference Library is pleased to announce a forthcoming exhibition of Victorian thaumatropes. There will be examples from John Ayrton Paris, Peter Mark Roget and Charles Babbage. A representative from St John’s Ambulance will be on hand at all times for those who are overcome by the power of the illusions.
Library Check Out
Now it looks like those “computers” are probably here to stay, the head librarian has agreed to stock a selection of user guides and programming manuals. For the very latest information on the Midwich Controller; The Wren and the Tiki-Data 100, please look in the supernatural section between Wicca Sacrifice and Heretic Burnings.
The Chapelkill Library Press is pleased to announce the publication of two e-books by local author and head librarian at the taxidermy museum, James Cessford. For more information on The Carousel, please click here. For more information on The Mendicant, please click here. For more information on Chapelkill Taxidermy Museum, please click here.
Welcome to Chapelkill
Chapelkill’s Department of Information has just published its first official holiday guide. Click here for more details.
Due to ongoing legal proceedings, Councillor Mickleford is unable to answer questions about the images allegedly found on his council-owned laptop. If you have any questions about his party’s plans for the future of Chapelkill Library, please click here for more details about his forthcoming drop-in session.
Town Hall Talking
Since Dr Mammon’s famous second hand ceased trading there has been a vacancy on Chapelkill Market. The empty stall is adjacent to the old well and would be ideal for the purveyor of videos, tapes or knick-knacks. Enquiries should be made in person at the town hall (Sorry, no butchers). .. Chapelkill Council is selling two delightful local properties from its portfolio to raise money for the...
Chapelkill Library would like to apologize for any distress caused at our recent author event. It is acknowledged that some extracts of James Cessford’s The Monkey Puzzle read by the author were not appropriate for a younger audience. Library management deeply regret the resulting night terrors that some of the children are still reportedly suffering. As a gesture of goodwill, the library would...