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Blackpool Central Library, Blackpool
(3.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Having recently moved to Blackpool I decided to become a member of the library as I love to read! The first visit we encountered a very friendly member of staff who helped us out with membership forms...  more »
  • Went to print something but all computers were getting used and staff were not interested in cutting time big queue and full of people that don't work ! 
  • This is situated near the art gallery and has plenty of space for computers and reading things such as newspapers and magazines. 
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  • Very noisey and staff unfriendly and unhelpful. Books need an update as ive read most of them and am now buying a good book to read wi h defeats the purpose of a library!!
  • I think it is quite ridiculous that the only available tables in the library are being used by a "Jigsaw Club" when I needed to to study for college but couldn't because they kicked me off of the table The only place that is actually quiet enough to thoroughly read and enjoy a book is the toilets. Everywhere else in the library is noisy and too distracting in order to read properly.
  • There were events going on where adults and children talk too loud, so if you go to library so you can concentrate and study better stay home. When confronted two old men about talking loud they replied with "it was old age when libraries were supposed to be quite not anymore if you want to complaint you can go and speak to staff"(fcking rude cuntss). Meanwhile a staff member came and said that its supposed to be loud as events are going on you wait till children comes in and started to laugh like a D*@#. The place is great but the people come in are horrible including homeless ( Drug addicts ) updating their facebook statuses.
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  • An email address would be extremely helpful, something generic that would enable instant communication for those without a phone.