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Join your local library for a chance to win an iPad

A chance to win an iPad
A chance to win an iPad

Libraries across north Wales are introducing a new loyalty card in a campaign to attract people into libraries to borrow books. This new initiative will be launched on 4 February which is National Libraries Day, and will reward one lucky loyal borrower with a fabulous prize of a brand new iPad. The campaign is open to anyone 16 years old or over.

By joining your local library, picking up a loyalty card and borrowing books three times between 4 February and 23 April you could win an iPad. The campaign is open to anyone who is 16 years old or older. If you are already a member just ask at your local library for a loyalty card.

Gwawr Eilian Williams, Gwynedd Council’s Community Librarian and Libraries Promoter said:

“Libraries can help transform people’s lives and reading can help reduce the stresses of every day life. The more you read the sharper your mind becomes and the more focused you become. Reading fiction can open up whole new worlds for you, and reading factual books can better your knowledge. Your local library is here to help you find those worlds and experiences.”

The aim of the campaign is to get local people using their local library, to start reading and to encourage people to become new members. All you have to do is join the library from the 4 February and take home a minimum of three books on three separate occasions before World Book Night on the 23 April to complete your loyalty card - to be entered into the prize draw.

At the end of the campaign, every loyalty card which has been completed will be included in a raffle for a chance to win an iPad.

For more information about Gwynedd Council libraries – including locations, contact details, events and opening times – visit the website www.gwynedd.gov.uk/libraries or follow the service on Twitter @LlyfrGwyneddLib



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