Take part in Market Rasen Library’s guessing game

Market Rasen Library's genre guessing gameMarket Rasen Library's genre guessing game
Market Rasen Library's genre guessing game
Market Rasen Library may not be able to run its usual popular activities but that doesn’t mean they are not still providing for their community.

It is National Libraries Week and ordinarily the Mill Street venue would be a hive of activity to celebrating everything libraries have to offer.

This year, staff are working within the Covid restrictions and have set up a ‘guess the genre’ competition in the library’s front window.

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To take part, call in at the library to pick up and entry form, have your guess for the books displayed and return the form to the library to be in with a chance of winning one of the 10 copies of Karen Swan’s ‘The Spanish Promise’ donated by World Book Night.

Winners will be selected on October 16.

The Library is currently open from 10am to 5pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, plus 10am to 1pm on Saturdays.

Library manager Georgina Carr said: “We are open for browsing and borrowing now, but do have a maximum of five people in the building at a time.

“There are still no activities or sitting and studying, but people can choose their own books, order in stock, and we have room for two computer users at a time as well.

“It’s been lovely to be able to welcome people back into the library again!”

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