Monday, 12 September 2011


FOAL-Friends of Ainsdale Library are holding a Love Your Library Day this Saturday between 10am and 1pm. FOAL was formed by local Ainsdale residents aiming to promote and support the wide ranging work
of Ainsdale Library.

The aim of the day is to raise awareness of all the activities our local libraries offer-especially at Ainsdale. The day also demonstrates that the Big Society is alive in Ainsdale with local residents rallying to form FOAL and ensure Ainsdale Libraries membership and footfall are high with national government cuts a long term threat to the possible future of the library service. Ainsdale Ward Councillor Haydn Preece said "FOAL is an excellent example of a local group rallying to preserve and enhance an excellent local service that from our recent research shows many do not know is available. Everyone is welcome to meet our tremendous Ainsdale Librarians and FOAL members."

The Love Your Library Day is for all-with a children's quiz, games, a cake stall, chess, puzzles plus a display illustrating the services on offer including dvd availability, reading groups, free internet access, games nights and computer courses. "USE IT OR LOSE IT" is the rallying call from the FOAL membership.

For further information contact Barry Williams on 01704 578415 or email Also visit the FOAL blog

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