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The Picton – a cautionary rhyme

The PICTON. A Cautionary Rhyme by Maud Budden You can’t make a noise in the Picton, They won’t stand a clatter or brawl. You must ask for your books With intelligent looks Or you won’t get a volume at all. … Continue reading

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Liverpool Libraries and the City’s key role in the library movement

#supportliverpoollibraries – use them! Andrew Carnegie, benefactor of many Liverpool libraries: ‘A library outranks any other one thing a community can do to benefit its people. It is a never failing spring in the desert’ As Liverpool faces the very … Continue reading

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Jewel on the Hill

The Jewel on the Hill project involves the restoration of the former Everton Library in St Domingo Road, Liverpool, and its sensitive conversion into an international creation centre, working with the local community and beyond. Great to see this gem being … Continue reading

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