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Local libraries may offer more than you expect. As well as books and magazines, libraries lend music, DVDs and computer games. Some have coffee shops and all offer free internet access. We need to use them or we will lose them.

Libraries

Llyfrgell Port Talbot Library

1, Aberafan Shopping Centre, Port Talbot SA13 1PB, UK – 01639 763490

don't think much of the layout and signage. The CD are a nightmare to try and have a look through. They should have display stand like in Neath. Staff seem to prefer chatting to welcoming people with a hello and a smile. There a few good staff members and the stock is ok but whoever ordered the shelves did't have a library in mind. Poor signage to sections

I come here with my daughter quite often, we won't go anywhere else. You always get a friendly welcome when you walk in and the staff working there are always very helpful. It's great for all ages and there's always plenty of activities for the children throughout the year, my daughter loves going. I can't say enough good things about the Library. Five star easily! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Sandfields Library

8 Morrison Rd, Port Talbot SA12 6TG, UK – 01639 883616

Libraries are a dying breed but I spent a lot of my younger days here (before Amazon!) I think libraries in inner-cities (or housing estate in this case) deserve support. Shamefully they seem an easy target for every round of council cuts but at least Neath Port Talbot deserves kudos for their travelling libraries and their much improved modern building in the town center. This is a prefab building, urgently needed renovation, but still manages all the modern library amenities such as Internet access, computer use, plus DVD, audio and other media for borrowing. Like many my love of books started here and even if the digital age will eventually surpass such quaint pastimes as reading paper copies long live our libraries!

Briton Ferry Library

Neath Rd, Briton Ferry, Neath SA11 2AQ, UK – 01639 813244

Magnificent building on the main road, great architecture. Not very large inside, two rooms, one is the main library and the other the reading room. Friendly, knowledgeable staff who are very well versed in local history and events.

Great when you need to use computers and printers. Children very often borrow books and play in kids room

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