Werris Creek Library has celebrated the 10th anniversary of the construction of the building of their current premises. The construction of a new library for Werris Creek was one of the first major projects undertaken at the time Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) was established.
LPSC Deputy Mayor, Paul Moules, who is Council’s delegate to Central Northern Regional Libraries said the construction of the new library had given Werris Creek a facility that many towns would be envious of.
“I cannot over emphasise the importance of libraries to rural communities. I congratulate librarian Marilyn Deeks and her team on the service they provide to the local community and for making the library a focal point for many activities,” Councillor Moules concluded.
Werris Creek Library celebrated its 10th anniversary with a morning tea for community members and friends of the library that included entertainment by the Werris Creek Ukulele Ensemble comprising Lorae Johns, Roger Winter and Bev Sawtell.