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Polish readers get library choice
Polish people living in Torbay are now being catered for by the local library.

Torquay library now has over 150 books in Polish, from thrillers to romances, which it is including in a special display from Friday.

More Polish books have been bought for the library after discussion with library users and other books have been donated by the Polish community

Leaflets in Polish which detail workers' rights are also available from the library.

Peter Bottrill, head of Torbay's library service, said: "We hope that we are making Torquay Library appeal to as many residents as possible."




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