Library to open on Christmas Day for people on their own

Plymouth’s Central Library is opening on Christmas Day to offer warmth and festive cheer to people who are on their own.

Staff from libraries across the city are giving up three hours of their day off to host the event.

Visitors will receive gifts, tuck into mince pies and share Christmas messages written by local primary school children.

Transport is being arranged for people who think they will struggle to get there on the day.

Library manager Mel Rawles says they are trying to make the day special for people who may not have anyone else in their lives…

Written By: Lisa Hay

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