It makes hard reading: Shakespeare's home town - has no library!
A LIBRARY next door to the home of Shakespeare's birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon is being closed down until the summer while council chiefs chew over a new location.
The world's greatest playwright would turn in his grave to learn that the people of Stratford no longer have a library to educate them about the brilliance of William Shakespeare and many other great authors.
Warwickshire County Council has said: "From Saturday 21st January until the summer the library will be temporarily closed whilst essential works, including piping and electrical work, are carried out to the library building on Henley Street.
Alternative library locations are being discussed by the county council.
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