We are still working to bring Lytham library to the Assembly Rooms, making sure that the necessary legal agreements are all in place. Work will also need to be carried out internally to the building. We're planning to open the library this year. Negotiations are ongoing between ourselves, Lytham Town Trust and Fylde Borough Council and we'll let you know an opening date once this is clearer.
Further consideration is being given to library provision in Briercliffe, Rosegrove, Read and Northfleet.
County Councillor Barrie Yates enjoying picturebooks with Rainbows End PreSchool.
Roughlee CofE primary school pupils show County Councillor Christian Wakeford the exciting books they have chosen.
About to surf the net on a new PC.
Burnley Campus library
Branch manager Rebecca Hewitt checks out the first books with County Cllr Peter Buckley and Chairman, County Cllr Terry Aldridge.
William Hickinbottom 8, and Mrs Doreen Cock 94, a library member since she was 7 years old, check out their books with Sue Catterall.
Amanda Inman and her daughter Vala enjoy a picturebook together.
Local historian Peter Shakeshaft tells local school pupils all about the history of the library and education in Freckleton.
Oliver J Porter who jointly reopened the library with some of his favourite novels.
Lostock Hall library
11 year old Audrey O'Doherty finds an interesting title
Katherine Walsh from the library service tells County Councillor Peter Britcliffe about his family history.
WLBC Cllr May Blake and CC Peter Buckley with a special library cake to celebrate the library reopening.
Eidie aged 5 and Amirah aged 6 enjoy some good reads from the fantastic selection of children's books.
County Councillor Geoff Driver CBE, County Councillor Phillippa Williamson, ukulele group and local supporters.
St Anne's library
Mia Brockhill 10, and Jack Nash 92, check out some good reads with library assistant Liz Nichols.
Library assistant Kathryn Lane runs Toddler Rhyme Time for Little Explorers Nursery and Forest School, Thornton.
Anne Carey and her daughter Eleanor, aged 2 show County Councillor Peter Buckley the book they chose from the fantastic selection of children's books
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