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Crooked Island

Landrail Point Community Library

History

In 2001 concerned members of the community of Landrail Point wrote to the Director of Education
requesting use of the vacant primary school building for a library. In 2003 two computers were donated
by the OAS internet project for the library.

Mrs Marina Gibson initiated and oversaw the setting up of the library. Books were donated by winter residents. The library was refurbished during late 2004 / early 2005. Donations were made by Ms Marina Gibson, Mr Jim Lightbourn and Mr Andrew McTaggart. Ms Tanya Moss, who had been hired to supervise the library, also held fund raising activities. The library was first opened three days a week from 4 to 6pm.

Ms Moss had to leave for a short time and Ms Sherika Wright was brought on to take her place. Both ladies alternated working at the library until Ms Wright became the permanent library supervisor in 2006.

Location and Directions

  • On the main highway leading to Landrail Point

Hours of Operation

  • Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm

Library Statistics

Picture Gallery

Membership

Services

  • Book Loans
  • Printing and copying
  • Research assistance
  • Internet
  • Homework / Coursework assistance
  • Story time

Staff

  • Ms Sherika Wright – Library supervisor

Other Departments

Library Contacts

News and Events

Colonel Hill Community Library

History

The Colonel Hill Community Library is housed in a classroom within the Colonel Hill High School.

Location and Directions

Hours of Operation

Library Statistics

Picture Gallery

Membership

Services

Staff:

  • Ms Colebrooke – School Principal
  • Ms Dorcas Moss – School Secretary

Other Departments

Library Contacts

News and Events