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2011
September
Temporary suspension of Mobile Library 1, 6 and 8 services
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     The services provided by Mobile Libraries 1, 6 and 8 will be suspended during designated periods in September for routine maintenance, a Leisure and Cultural Services Department spokesman announced today (September 6).

     From September 12 to 17, the following service points of Mobile Library 6 will be affected: Shau Kei Wan Main Street East, Lei Tung Estate in Ap Lei Chau, Shek O Beach and Tsui Chuk Garden in Wong Tai Sin. To enquire about Mobile Library 6 services, please call 2505 4690.

     From September 19 to 24, the following service points of Mobile Library 8 will be affected: Laguna City in Lam Tin, Hiu Lai Court in Sau Mau Ping, Tai Hang Tung Estate, Laguna Verde in Hung Hom and Fu Cheong Estate in Sham Shui Po. For enquiries about Mobile Library 8 services, please call 2926 3055.

     From September 19 to 26, the following service points of Mobile Library 1 will be affected: Cho Yiu Chuen, Shek Lei (I) Estate, Kwai Shing West Estate, Kwai Shing East Estate and Lai Yiu Estate in Kwai Chung; Cheung On Estate in Tsing Yi; and Riviera Gardens and Sham Tseng in Tsuen Wan. To enquire about Mobile Library 1 services, please call 2414 3157.

     People are welcome to use other public libraries during the service suspension periods. They may also renew library materials by telephoning 2698 0002 or 2827 2833, or via the Internet at www.hkpl.gov.hk/english/catalogues/catalogues_rbr/catalogues_rbr.html.

Ends/Tuesday, September 6, 2011
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