We received this lovely message following our piece in the Liverpool Echo newspaper. We are pleased with the support and well wishes we have received from the Tuebrook community and beyond. Please get in touch with your memories of the library and suggestions for its future. You can have your say via our online consultation form: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NPBB39Z
We are enjoying your comments and the conversations they provoke on our Facebook page. Please get involved and have your say at http://www.facebook.com/listerstepscarnegiecommunityhub
Ivy kindly shared her wonderful memories of the area surrounding the library with us via Facebook:
'I do hope that this building is saved completely. I used to live just off Green Lane (Sandstone Road) and I passed by this building three months ago, but because of roadworks at the time I didn't go closer to this building. I can remember starting at Lister Drive School but we moved out of sandstone road when I was six! I was fortunate to visit Lister Drive Junior School before it was destroyed by fire and demolished. I hope you manage to re-claim this building. There were SO MANY iconic buildings around this area that have gone - the power station, the turquoise blue hall that was in a road opposite the library, where I can remember Lister Drive School had a concert for the children where they had a comic on dressed all in white! I could go on... the big bus depot nearly opposite Sandstone Road. All gone! ... I would like to hear you have saved this lovely building. I have been lucky enough to see Carnegie libraries in the USA!'