Acocks Green Library Celebrates 90 Years!

On 14th June 1932 Acocks Green Library opened to the public. You can read all about this auspicious day on the Acocks Green History Society Page

Crowds at the Opening in 1932

How exciting it must have been to see this new library being opened for the community! And 90 years on it is great to see the library busy again after the pandemic, with regular activities. To celebrate the library’s birthday people are invited to come along to the regular Thursday Coffee Morning on 16th June (10am – 12 noon), for a piece of special home made birthday cake. Also the library staff have an interesting visitors book from the early days of the library to show people.

If you haven’t joined the library you just need to bring one recent piece of name and address ID to get yourself a library card which you can use in all the libraries around Birmingham.

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