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Library Projects – 15 years, 4 billion visits…

Bookmark People is 15 years young this year! Mid-teens, an exciting age!? You’ll hopefully be aware of the handy bookmarks that Public Libraries and others gift out to reach both their current & potential users. We have produced hundreds of promotional bookmark campaigns tailored to … Continue reading

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Libraries everywhere…

As well as providing bespoke bookmarks for specific public library groups and even individual library sites, we of course cover regions and even the whole of the UK. We work with Welsh Libraries where we’ve augmenting various wales wide campaigns with bookmarks – simple and effective! We work … Continue reading

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…backing Libraries Everywhere!

As mentioned [here] we support ‘Libraries Everywhere‘ …and yes in turn, selected backing sponsors reach millions of people every year by supporting the valuable services and provisions that public libraries give – libraries are essential part of the fabric of our communities.  This week … Continue reading

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Reading is good for you!

We’ve created a suite of nine a ‘Reading is good for you’ designs each highlighting a specific point. This is a development of the ‘Reading is good for you’ bookmarks that we’ve produced for Cornwall Libraries {here}. Reduce stress  Get lost in a good novel … Continue reading

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Public library users…

Who uses the library? Check out The Reading Agency’s stats: There are 4,134 public libraries including mobiles in the UK There are 288,044,000 visits to public libraries per year This means 4,522 visits per 1,000 of the population There are 42,914 … Continue reading

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“What was the last book you borrowed from a public library?”

Just because you can, I [Jules] sent out this question to my social media “friends”: “What was the last book you borrowed from a public library?” And this was the response; an unscientific snapshot of what some people are using their local Public Library for… … Continue reading

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Reading takes you further…

Children who read for pleasure are likely to do better in maths and English, research suggests. The study, indicated reading for pleasure was more important to a child’s development than how educated their parents were. See more here: Institute of Education, London University … Continue reading

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