Volunteers needed for Bexley library service
PUBLISHED: 12:45 09 November 2012
Volunteers are needed to save a home library service which covers Bexley.
Bexley and Bromley Library Service are looking for people to assist with the home service, which brings the resources of a library to residents from both boroughs who cannot get to
Peggy, who uses the service, said: “I have been reading all my life and I’m really enjoying the service. I get such a good selection of books. I am so grateful.”
Volunteers from the Women’s Royal Voluntary Service visit homes every month with a variety of books, including large print copies for visually impaired readers.
Cllr Don Massey said that the service is a “lifeline” for many housebound readers.
The service is available for people including the elderly, the disabled and carers.
To get involved please contact 020 3045 4565, email email@example.com or ask at your local library.
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