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Your wellbeing! Reading… it’s better than choc!

I recently created these tasty bookmark designs for local libraries – feel good without the guilt! If you don’t do dancing or swimming then pop to the library! “A significant association was also found between frequent library use and reported … Continue reading

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Something to play with…

We all like something to pay with, be it bubble-wrap, beer mats or blue-tack… Bookmarks can utilise this hand-based habit with engaging puzzles, pop-outs and pastimes! Unique formats like our road safety “reaction tester” and six-page “phone card” have proved … Continue reading

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Library Users – Young Families – 76 % of children aged 5 to 10

76% of 5-10 year olds and 39% of adults visited a public library in the last year. 76 % of children aged 5 to 10 71% of children aged 11 to 15 36 % of young people aged 16-24 39% adults aged 16-74 43 … Continue reading

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Library facts

Take a look at The Reading Agency’s statistics:  4,265 UK library service points serving local communities 306,591 million visits to public libraries 4,849 visits per 1,000 of the population 76% of 5-10 year olds and 39% of adults visited a … Continue reading

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Who’s using Libraries?

Library use differs from site to site; from small rural libraries to very busy urban and city super-libraries. However, last year we found this project interesting and thought we’d share it: Photographer Keith Pattison has created some great work here, that relays … Continue reading

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