Rockfield Reading


Maureen Goff

The Rockfield Reading Group reads one book per month, with members taking it in turns to choose the book. The work is then discussed at the monthly meeting.

Please contact the convener for further information, or if you would like to join this reading group.

To illustrate the range of books we discuss, here’s a list of those we have read recently:

 The Bees

 Laline Paull

My Grandmother sends her Regards and Apologies

 Fredrik Backman

Old Filth

 Jane Graham

A Gentleman in Moscow

 Amor Towles

The Keeper of Stories

 Sally Page

This Boy

 Alan Johnson

The Island of the Missing Trees

 Elif Shafak

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

 Bettie Smith

Instructions for a Heatwave

 Maggie O’Farrell

One Pair of Feet

 Monica Dickens

The Memory Keeper of Kyiv

 Erin Litteken

Still Life

 Sarah Winman

Lessons in Chemistry

 Bonnie Garmus

The Skeleton Key

 Erin Kelly

Madrid in Winter

 CJ Sanson

The Reading List

 Sara Nisha Adams

Personal Librarian

 Marie Benedict

How to Stop Time

 Matt Haig

All the Light we cannot See

 Anthony Doerr


 Christie Lefteri

Any Human Heart

 William Boyd

Now You see Her

 Heidi Perks


 Rose Tremain

A Terrible Kindness

 Jo Browning Roe


Date: 1st Wednesday of the month
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: In a member’s home
book reading group

Accessibility at Bridges Centre

Members’ monthly meetings are held at Bridges Community Centre, Drybridge Park. Some group meetings and activities also take place at Bridges. Off street parking is available here outside the building, and disabled parking is adjacent to the building entrance. There are no external steps or slopes, and the entrance doors are automatic. The ground floor is fully accessible and level throughout, and there is space for wheelchairs. There is a lift to the first floor, and accessible toilets on both floors. There is a hearing induction system in the Agincourt room where the monthly meetings are held.

Accessibility at Ty Price

Some group activities and meetings are held at Ty Price, St Thomas Community Hall, St Thomas’s Square. There is no off street parking here. The approach on foot is a gentle slope to double entrance doors. The ground floor of the building is fully accessible and there is a disabled toilet. The stairs to the first floor are wide and well-lit with a handrail on both sides, but there is no lift. There is a hearing induction system on the ground floor.

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