Welton library reopening confirmed

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Welton Library will reopen on Monday, March 14 the parish council has confirmed.

Lincolnshire County Council closed the library on August 27 last year - and since then Welton Parish Council has been waiting to take over its operation, with delays caused by lease arrangements.

The library will reopen at 10.30am.

It is planned for the library to be open for 12 hours per week and on the first Saturday of each month initially, with assistance from volunteers and using a self-service facility.

The council is also taking part in Fly a Flag for the Commonwealth on the day the library 
reopens.

The flag will be raised at 10am in St Mary’s Churchyard by William Farr Church of England Comprehensive School sixth formers Joe Gilbert and Chloe Holt and Welton St Mary’s Primary Academy year six students Callum Sleeman and Naia Uncetabarrenechea.