Category archive: Libraries


Lab Central

Borrow a micro:bit for free The micro:bit is a pocket-sized micro-controller that has 25 LEDs that can flash messages and be used to create games and much more using block coding (overlaying Javascript) and Python. It is super easy to get started and now any adult or child from 8 yrs+ can borrow it for free from […]


Hub Central

What’s on offer We offer a range of resources including: An Exclusive Co-working space with FREE Wi-Fi and business hosts available to help with enquiries Partnership working with local organisations helping residents learn new skills A wide range of Online Resources including COBRA, the complete business reference adviser Employment Advisers with Work Redbridge who are based in Hub Central providing […]


VR Playground comes to #TechIlford

Saturday 15 June 11am-4.30pm VR Playground is the latest ride experiment by SPACE artist and the world’s first Thrill Engineer, Professor Brendan Walker and his Thrill Laboratory. Scoot through the metropolis inside a mono-wheel; leap tall structures in a single bound; and undulate upwards to escape the deep abyss – don a virtual reality headset, jump […]


Ken Aston Square’s full summer programme announced

In March 2019 it was announced that Vision’s outdoor arts programme in Ken Aston Square had partnered with England’s biggest network of outdoor arts festivals, Without Walls. The outdoor arts programme will run once a month from Saturday 8 June to Saturday 21 September in Ken Aston Square, Barkingside High Street. All shows will be […]


The Smallest Library launches at Mayfield Leisure Centre

From our Home Library Service to our Virtual Library options, we have always been proud to be able to make our library service as accessible as possible. Over the last few months in partnership with 2cqr Limited, we have launched our Smallest Library service, one of the first of it’s kind in the UK! This […]


Redbridge Libraries project ‘The Final Party’ wins Edge Award

Vision Redbridge Culture & Leisure were delighted to win an award for their innovative project, The Final Party, in the Social category at this year’s Edge Awards. The Edge Awards highlight and reward good practice in innovative library and information projects. The Social category recognises work involving communities or target groups, engagement and making a difference. […]