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Morecambe Library

Morecambe Public Library has 27 PCs connected to the People's Network and public wifi. It has an extensive stock of fiction, non-fiction, reference, video and audio material. The Library offers a regular programme of activities for all ages and has full disabled access.  

An invitation to experience Sensory Art - blindfolded

6/3/15: Local Sensory Art Makers present the art exhibition “Sense and Memory” opening on Saturday 14 March from 1 - 3.30pm until Friday 20 March at Morecambe Library. The exhibition is a collection of artworks produced by 16 visually impaired members of Galloway’s Society for the Blind. These artworks will form a truly unique exhibition exploring the themes of ‘sense and memory’.

Library opening hours under review

3/6/14: Library bosses at Lancashire County Coouncil are asking people of all ages for their views on opening hours at local branches, including Lancaster and Morecambe. The consultation is now under way and will run for eight weeks, and involves 63 of the 74 libraries across the county.

Share a Story Awards programme returns to local libraries

3/4/13: Raising awareness of books for the under-fives and the benefits and joy that can be found from sharing stories with children in this age group will be top of the agenda in Lancashire County Council's libraries during April and May.

A quilt with a difference on display at Morecambe Library

21/1/13: An exhibition with a difference is coming to Morecambe Library. A special patchwork quilt, created by young people who are supported by Lancashire County Council, will be on display at the library from 4th February 2013.

Local author Christie Cavendish set for new library event

29/10/12: Morecambe Library is hosting a new local crime author event on Saturday 3rd November 2012. It's a chance to meet local writer Christie Cavendish, whose first novel, Family Deceit, has just been published by London-based Olympia.

Great Books abridged show opens this week

21/3/12: ​Literature’s greatest hits condensed into a 90 minute tongue-in-cheek, slapstick rollercoaster.

Heysham High School students parade own designs

1/5/10: Budding fashionistas from Heysham High School gave the likes of Vivenne Westwood a run for her money last week as they paraded their designs inspired by the world of fiction, the school's Katherine Beaumont reports.

Lancaster Light Notes: 5 January 2009

5/1/09: • An investigation is underway after five people were forced to flee a Lancashire house fire. The blaze broke out at the property on Keswick Road in Lancaster just after 12.05am on Sunday. The Lancashire Eveing Post reports five adults inside the house managed to escape but were left suffering smoke inhalation.