Grand re-opening of Bletchley Library!

Published: 12 March 2018

Despite the drizzle and clouds in Bletchley last Monday, the re-opening of a newly refurbished Bletchley Library brightened up the day.

After 9 months without their library, Bletchley residents and well-wishers turned out to cheer on the Mayor as he cut the ribbon and opened the doors to the newly refurbished Bletchley Library.

The building has been reconfigured and modernised and is set to be a lively community space with CAFCASS and the School Library Service sharing it alongside the library.

Before the closure, Bletchley Library was the second busiest library in Milton Keynes with over 81,000 visitors and issuing around 90,000 books each year. Expectations for the new-look Library are high!

It’s free to join the library but you don’t need to be a member to enjoy some of the benefits - like free WiFi, computers, scanners and printers for public use, access to online resources for research and homework help or events and activities.

It might be worth a trip to Westfield Road in Bletchley to take a look. 

 Photo of Mayor and mayoress at the library reopeningPhoto of Town Councillors enjoying the library reopening