Liddesdale Road, Glasgow, G22 7QRView on map
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Milton Library opened in 2009 as part of the Milton Community Campus. The library offers a wide range of services and activities in relaxing and inspiring surroundings. With thousands of books and a programme of weekly classes and events, our friendly staff will always be on hand to help you get the most out of your visits.
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We have 2 accessible toilets situated to the left of the main entrance.
Our library offers this service at reception.
Local history collection
Newspapers and magazines
Novels and factual books
Photography and video recording
On occasion, filming and photography may take place in the venue.
The Tattooist of Auschwitz
This book is based on the true story of Lale Sokolov a Slovakian Jew who was given the job of tattooing numbers on the new prisoners’ arms and describes what he had to do to survive the concentration camp.
It is also a love story of him falling in love at first sight with Gita, a girl who was waiting to be tattooed. It explores their relationship and how they managed to meet while in Auschwitz and continue their relationship.
Milton means “town with the mill” and there are over 55 Miltons in Scotland. Milton Parish was first established in May 1836 and it was also the name used for part of north Glasgow for civil registration purposes on birth, marriage and death certificates from 1855 until approx. 1900.
Glasgow Life offers Adult Learning programmes, activities and support services in a number of libraries across the city.
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