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Residents have got together to set up their own library using book donations. As many libraries are now forced to close, Coalbrookdale decided to take matters into their own hands when their local mobile library service was withdrawn. The “library cupboard” is sited at Coke Hearth play area, next to the community centre. If you have any spare books that need a new home, donations would welcomed.


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