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New chapter for community library
3:00pm Wednesday 25th September 2013 in News
A new chapter has begun in the life of St Keverne Community Library.
The library has undergone a move, reorganised from one area of the village's primary school to the other in a transition that proved as seamless as the words travelling across the many pages that now fill the new room.
The library hosted a re-launch event last week, at which they welcomed more than 70 people over the newly floored threshold to take a look around.
The “Read, Surf and Eat” event saw all ages, from toddlers to pensioners peruse the books and tuck in to a selection food and drinks refreshments.
The revamp means the school now has a dedicated library room, which is the perfect environment for anyone to do some quiet reading.
There is also a large increase in the amount of reading material that is being stocked, on rows of additional shelving.
As proof of how well appreciated the library is, seven new members signed up on the open day.
Andrew Woods, librarian, said: “It was encouraging to receive such positive feedback on the revamped library and also to have a number of people registering to join the library.
“It is planned to hold another community event at the library next year.”
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