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Wendy Dranfield 🎃 Oct 8
I couldn't afford books when I was young so I maxed out my library card every week. The gave me relief from poverty. It's still a sanctuary for me. ❤️📚
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The Reader Oct 8
It’s and so, as ever, we give our huge thanks to the staff and volunteers who keep these ‘hospitals for the soul’ open to the public every week. Image of banner at Sefton park Library 🍂📚
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Stirling Libraries Oct 8
This week we welcomed our new Mobile Library Officer (and future Mobile Library Champion of the Year!😁) Toby! We are all so pleased to have him here and hope he has enjoyed his first week in charge
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University of Exeter Heritage Collections Oct 9
The Collection contains more than 1,000 printed books (16th-20th century) from the library of the community. Many of the books have the names of nuns inscribed, providing fascinating insight into readership! 📖
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Southfields Library Oct 8
If you have a spare moment please fill in a heart on our tree and tell us why you love your digital library.
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Alan Wylie Oct 8
Libraries Week is not only a great opportunity to celebrate libraries but is also a great opportunity for users/campaigners/staff to highlight what we've lost & the effect it's having on communities.
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BedsLibraries Oct 9
It’s Libraries Week & we’re highlighting all the wonderful things we offer our communities, today we’d like to give a special mention to the hardworking printers & photocopies in each library providing plane tickets, wage slips, & so much more!!
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Libraries - Norfolk County Council Oct 11
The theme for is Celebrating Libraries in a Digital World. Here's an A-Z of digital services that libraries provide.
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Belfast Met Library Oct 11
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BaldragonAcadLibrary Oct 8
It’s and the have come up with some great resources to help choose a book we might like to read.
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Futharkivist Oct 8
Happy to report as an that the library I'm working on has had ca. 250 titles added (by me) & about the same # removed (not by me) - & hardly any overlap. Collection refreshed, circulation up & readers are talking!
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CSG Library Oct 8
It's ! Big shout out to everyone in our community who supports and uses the and a big thank you to all our amazing volunteers who keep the library running smoothly! 😊👍📚
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Runningwithallergies Oct 8
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Haverhill Library UK Oct 12
☔️ Audrey & Sarah L you must be exhausted! All that cycling, Zumba & dancing! All in aid of ! What an amazing day we have had! ❤️
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Angela Jones Oct 8
Celebrating libraries play such an important part in local communities, offering so much, think libraries are just for books, you are missing out! A big thank you to libraries everywhere for the help you provide to the digitally excluded, amazing job 👏
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Taste Cheshire Oct 9
So much to do at ! Their children's library is fantastic
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Pegasus Opera Oct 9
shout out to the excellent Brixton Library hosting community events across the year including ⁠ ⁠ Legacy and Hope concert with Pegasus at 7.30pm on Saturday 12 October. FREE!
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Barts Health Knowledge and Library Services Oct 9
Did you know we have a free soft skills e-library giving you access to over 800 ebooks/audiobooks? Find out more at our pop-up library today.
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Morag Evans Oct 9
Today I'm excited to be involved in delivering a workshop for our public library colleagues on health information and health literacy and how we can support the public together. Good timing, after all it's , and world
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National Library of Scotland Oct 8
“As a physical library we've accumulated awe-inspiring works. But today our users want navigable online content. So we’re transforming our content for users to access wherever and whenever they want.” Dr John Scally, the National Librarian.
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