TURNING THE PAGE ON A NEW LIBRARY IN NARRE WARREN
Local bookworms are set to benefit from a new community library in Narre Warren thanks to a $750,000 grant from the Andrews Labor Government.
The City of Casey has received a Living Libraries Infrastructure Grant to put towards a new library at Bunjil Place which will replace the existing Narre Warren library.
The new library will provide 28 public access computers, a self-service check out, dedicated children’s space, story time amphitheatre, 50,000 collection items, youth and digital games space and an outdoor reading garden.
Quotes attributable to Member for Narre Warren South Judith Couacaud Graley MP
“Local residents have been crying out for more community facilities and I`m delighted that the Andrews Labor Government has listened and will deliver a new library for our local community,”
“This fantastic new facility will ensure that local residents can indulge in their love of a good book or get stuck into learning about something new,”
“Libraries are often the heart of our community and I have no doubt that the new Narre Warren library will deliver for our resident bookworms.”