Blackpool Libraries are free to use and free to join. There are 8 fully-staffed libraries across the town and they’re actively used by around 40,000 residents. They attract more than half a million visits each year, and delivered more than 2000 activity events in 2019 - supporting literacy, learning, social connection, health and wellbeing!
Libraries and the activities they offer can help people feel less lonely and improve their wellbeing. Blackpool Council recently agreed a Libraries Ambition Plan, which sets out how libraries will improve experiences for young children, reduce social and digital isolation, and increase support for positive mental health.
*Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions not all activities might be proceeding as normal, so please check with the Library Service. You can speak to a member of staff on 01253 478080, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us via our social media: Facebook: blackpoollibraryservice / Twitter: @bpoollibraries*
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