Earlestown – now Newton-le-Willows library

Brief description

Designed by J Myrtle Smith in a baroque style to harmonise with the former technical school which it sits next to. It is now known as Newton-le-Willows community library.

Current status: Still open as a public library, run by St Helens council (2017)

  • Year grant given (if known):
  • Amount of grant: £4,000
  • Year opened (and by who – if known): 1909

Photo of library today (2009):

geograph-1311772-by-Alexander-P-Kapp

Photo credit: Alexander P Kapp and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

Old photo of library (postcard):

Nothing in my collection yet

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Links:

  • Book: Lancashire: Liverpool and the South West, by Richard Pollard, Niklaus Pevsner and Joseph Sharples.
  • Funding referenced on the page: 130 years of Carnegie’s legacy
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