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Friends of Barham Library are expanding their book service to local people by offering great value 2nd hand books to Sudbury residents by teaming up with Nikki’s Coffee Bar at Sudbury Town Underground Station, Station Approach Sudbury.
Nikki’s Coffee Bar was set up by local Sudbury resident Nicola Amory-Hypolite to provide great coffee, cakes and refreshments for local people. She has now offered to display some books for Friends of Barham Library that can be bought for just £1 each as part of their fundraising effort to get back into the closed library in Barham Park.
Friends of Barham Library currently operate a Volunteer library and 2nd hand bookshop from 428 high Road Wembley HA9 6AH but are determined to get back to the historic home in Barham Park which provided a local community library from 1952 until it was closed by Labour Councillors in October 2011.
As part of their campaign to improve access to books Friends of Barham Library are keen to build partnerships with small businesses in the Sudbury area.
“Nicola is working very hard to establish a successful business in Sudbury and deserves the support from local people. We are delighted and grateful that Nicola she has agreed to display our books and help to publicise our book service to more people in Sudbury. We urge all our supporters to visit Sudbury Town during peak times for some great coffee & cake and to pick up a cheap book at the same time” says Liberal Democrat Councillor Paul Lorber one of the Friends of Barham Library volunteers.
Friends of Barham Library Volunteer Library & 2nd Hand Bookshop at 428 High Road Wembley HA9 6AH Close to Argos & Daniels Estate Agents ) is open Mondays & Wednesdays between 12 and 5m.p and Saturdays 11 to 5p.m. with buses 18, 92 and 182 stopping right outside.