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Bamber Bridge Library Open for Christmas

Three students from Year 9 and 10 went along as invited guests to the grand re-opening of Bamber Bridge Library on December 11th. Josie, Jonathan and Isabel had a good look around the newly refurbished space and judged it very welcoming.

Of course, we all know how vital local libraries are to encouraging people to read for pleasure, and the books on offer at Bamber Bridge are fantastic – the vast majority of the stock is brand new and it’s well worth a look.

As well as fiction, there is a big travel section, a generously stocked children’s and young adults’ section, and a wide-ranging selection of classic novels too. There are audio books to borrow and a set of very comfy chairs if you want somewhere warm and welcoming to do your homework after school. The librarians are on hand and happy to help with homework, too. The best night to go after school is Tuesday.

So, whether you’re after a ghost story, a murder mystery, or a thriller, Bamber Bridge Library is the place to go. We hope you give it a visit and prove to the Council that we really are glad to see the library back in business!