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Library on the move to its new home

THE move to the new library in Byron Bay is set to begin tomorrow (Friday, January 18).

The present library, at the corner of Lawsion and Fletcher sts, will close its doors from 5pm tomorrow and reopen in the new premises, at the corner of Lawson and Middleton sts, at 9.30am on Monday, February 11.


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