Some time ago the Friends of Stony Stratford Library (FOSSL) ran a very successful campaign, called ‘Wot No Books’, to save their local library, which was threatened with closure. As part of this, all the books were taken out of the library – leaving the shelves bare.

As a result of the campaign, the library building was purchased by Stony Stratford Town Council, and Milton Keynes Council continued to provide a professional library service.

To celebrate this success, FOSSL has now created a video, also called Wot No Books, which is now live on You Tube, which you can view here:

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