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April
Service suspension of mobile libraries and relocation of service point
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Mobile Library 6 would suspend service from April 10 to 22 while Mobile Library 4 would suspend service from April 24 to May 6 for regular maintenance, a Leisure and Cultural Services Department spokesman announced today (April 6).

For Mobile Library 6, the service points affected are Shau Kei Wan Market in Shau Kei Wan Main Street East, Lei Tim House in Ap Lei Chau Estate, First Aid Station in Shek O Beach, Tung Ping House in Lei Tung Estate and 78 Stanley Village Road.

The affected service points of Mobile Library 4 are Fu Tung Estate, Discovery Bay, Tung Chung Tree Bank, Pui O, Shui Hau and Tong Fuk in Lantau Island.

People are welcome to use other public libraries during the service suspension period. They may also renew library materials by telephone at 2698 0002 or 2827 2833, or via the Internet at http://www.hkpl.gov.hk .

For Mobile Library 8, the existing service point at Tai Hang Tung Estate Playground No.2, Lung Chu Street will be relocated to Tung Lung House, Tai Hang Tung Estate, Tai Hang Tung Road from April 12 (Wednesday). The opening hours will remain unchanged. It opens every Wednesday from 10am to 1pm and from 2pm to 6pm, except public holidays.

For enquiries, please call 2505 4690 (Mobile Library 6), 2984 9417 (Mobile Library 4) and 2926 3055 (Mobile Library 8).

Ends/Thursday, April 6, 2006
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