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Meet new people

John webLibraries are vibrant community spaces where you can make new friends and meet new people. 

As a library volunteer you can take advantage of these community spaces to express your own passions and meet like-minded people.

We spoke John about how library volunteering has helped him to make new friends.

Read the transcript for the above video.

Apply now or register your interest

You can apply online to be a library volunteer.

Further information

If you would like to know more about volunteering you can call: 0300 111 8000, or email: volunteerinyourlibrary@staffordshire.gov.uk.

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