Thank You St Budeaux – Thomas

DEAR SER OR MADEM
MY I SAY THANK YOU TO MY LOCEL LIBARIEY
AT ST BUDEAUX
thay are so frendly and olwase so hellpfull
that tack graiet pride in ther work

i would like to say way i would like to see my libariey saved from
eney cut backs
i am dislexic and have helth problems
i sufer from mentel hellth and haret and allso mobilaty

from the ferst time i came into the libariey about 18 mounths agow
i was hellpt with seting up my computer and given expert hellp to serf
the net

i was deprived at school wear i never lernt very much
it took me till i was 16 to reed and that isent that good and spelling
isent thear ever
this is my dayly activety and socilising wear i can meet frends and
have contact with others
i have a son howm is 10 and we go to the libariey to gether on
saterday he allso atends
school holidays ativatey at the libariety wich he haves so much fun
the staff are graiet with the children

so as you are awear this is avery inportent paet of my socil ativaty

my i say i think the libarieys should bre saved of eney cut
as this is wear ower conterys popliashon can gaine so much nolig

SHORLY THE LIBAREIY IS NOLIG
AND NOLIG IS WOT MACK US GRAIT GRAIET BRITEN
AND TO TACK US FOWERD IN THIS EVER CHANGIN WORLD

THANK YOU ST BUDEAUX LIBARIEY

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  2. Sally Matthews

    Hi,
    I began using libraries in the 1960’s, just after St Budeaux Library was opened and it fostered in me a love of books and libraries. I hope that it survives the cuts and continues to ba lifeline for everyone in the area.
    I love you, St Budeaux!

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