Florence has been a member of the library for more than 50 years. Living within walking distance of Lisnaskea Library, Florence considers the library as her second home calling in most days to participate in activities, sit and read the newspapers or simply for a chat with the staff who know her so well.
Florence recently spoke to us about her time in the library and how she first got introduced to books and reading.
Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey is urging people to contact her Department to check their eligibility for financial support in the face of the ongoing cost of living crisis.
Published 12 Aug 2022
To celebrate this year’s Foyle Pride Festival, Derry Central Library is hosting a Pride in our Poets event featuring a variety of Northern Ireland’s popular poets and a children’s Storytime event.
Published 10 Aug 2022
Limavady Library will reopen its doors on Tuesday 16 August to welcome members of the local community back following a period of closure due to essential refurbishment works.
Published 04 Aug 2022
Dundonald Library has followed in the footsteps of Dromore Library by delivering a Kindness Post Box to pupils of Dundonald Primary School. The aim of the post box was that children in the school write a generic letter or postcard before they went on their summer break that would be suitable for any elderly person in the local area.
Published 03 Aug 2022
Armagh Observatory & Planetarium (AOP) has partnered with Libraries NI to distribute across the province 200 free copies of its brand-new children’s science book, “Big Book of Experiments and Bright Ideas.”
Published 02 Aug 2022