1986 Bawtry F.E.Centre & Library

   Bawtry library is housed in a       
 modern,attractive one-story building  
 and is a branch of Doncaster Library. 
 It is open 5 days a week and the      
 services offered include the lending  
 of books,tapes and records and a story
 reading session for pre-school        
 children.There is a car park in the   
 front of the building.                
  Behind the library is the former     
 school built in 1821.It was financed  
 by public subscription and enlarged by
 the School Board in 1888.It is now    
 used for Further Education courses    
 such as yoga,car maintenance,dress-   
 making,painting and dancing.Sessions  
 are in the morning,afternoon and      
 evening during the week and occasional
 all day Saturday courses are held.    
                                       
                                       
                                       
 

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