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Improved Bromyard Centre library to open

Herefordshire Council’s is marking National Libraries Day on Saturday 4 February by unveiling the new-look Bromyard library.

Housed in the Bromyard Centre, the library has benefited from an update using shelving that was no longer needed after works to complete the Ross Library and Customer Service were finished.

For the whole of February, Herefordshire Council’s library service is offering a voucher for a free rental of an audio book, a DVD or a game if you introduce a new member of your family or a friend to the library, and what’s more they will get a voucher too.  

There will also be special National Libraries Day postcards asking people to say what they love about their library.

Councillor Roger Phillips, Herefordshire Council’s cabinet member for enterprise and culture, said: “In Herefordshire, we are fully committed to keeping all of our libraries open and sustainable into the future and I am pleased that Bromyard has benefited from an update using shelving that was no longer needed when we combined Ross library with the customer service centre.

“This will offer a better service to our customers who will now be able to access books more easily and has provided a better service with no cost to the council taxpayer,” he added.

To find out more about Herefordshire Council’s library service log onto www.herefordshire.gov.uk/libraries