by mat |
18/12/2012 · 2:47 pm
Over Christmas/New Year our opening hours will be:
Wednesday 19th Open
Thursday 20th Open
Friday 21th Open
Saturday 22nd Open
Tuesday 25th Closed
Wednesday 26th Closed
Thursday 27th Open
Friday 28th Open
Saturday 29th Closed
Tuesday 1st Closed
Wednesday 2nd Closed
Thursday 3rd Open
Friday 4th Open
Saturday 5th Open
Thanks for your support over the year and see you in 2013!
Open Saturday 3:00 till 6:00.
Come on down if you’ve got nothing better to do, we’re not just a hangover cure, we also do books.
Recently due to the beginning of the new academic year a lot of our staff have become a lot busier, so sadly recently we have not been able to open Saturdays, for the same reason we have not been concentrating on organising events in the evening. If you have any time to spare please consider filling in our volunteers form, or popping in this Saturday.
Thanks for all your support over the last months!
The Bristol Pound is a secure local currency designed to support Bristol’s independent businesses, strengthen the local economy, keep our high streets diverse and distinct, helping build a strong community.
Speakers from the Bristol Pound scheme will introduce the idea, how it works and where its happening. This will be followed by a question and answer session where we can explore the benefits of the £B for local traders and the wider community.
Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm
We have recently changed our opening hours to the following:
10:00 – 6:00 Tuesday to Friday
10:00 – 4:00 Saturday
If your a member of a group looking to have a meeting or hold an event outside of these hours please contact us by ringing during opening hours or using the contact form or emailing on info ( at ) hydrabooks.org. We very much look forward to hearing from you.
The Hydra now has a reference section including works over 70 years old so come and drink coffee and read some great political analysis from times gone by right up to now. We have copies of the new left review dating back to the early 60’s with essays from now greats so we can see how they’ve changed.