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Security guards brought in to make King's Lynn Library safer




King's Lynn Library will be taking part in the next heritage open day. (3928068)
King's Lynn Library will be taking part in the next heritage open day. (3928068)

Security guards have again been brought into Lynn’s main public library following repeated “serious” incidents of anti-social behaviour.

Staff have faced intimidation and threats from some library users and have now said “enough is enough”. The incidents have also led to some customers staying away from the library.

Yesterday a Norfolk County Council spokesman confirmed the guards have been employed to deal with some “serious anti-social behaviour” on the premises and in the area surrounding the building on the corner of London Road and Millfleet.


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