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Clements Library
--Sister Katie (talk) 19:06, 10 April 2020 (UTC)
Clements Library

Spracklingbank [89, 32]

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Clements Library



Clements Library began its life amidst relative controversy during the turbulent 1950's of Spracklingbank. The area was undergoing a change in character, particularly with the explosion of auto shops and other car-related shiznat - a result of very poor public transport networking in far NE Malton, and a lack of local employment opportunities during this time, which created a high demand for automobile services as a means of getting to and from work in modern Malton. The predominant 65+ age bracket in the suburb felt that too much emphasis on new technology and industry was "depriving the children of a real education", and so petitioned to have a series of libraries built - Hecks, Clements, Henslow, Saltrow, and the never-realised "Parkinsons Library" - to supplement the ageing collection at Tambling Library, whose collection largely pre-dated the industrial revolution.

Unfortunately the younger population of Spracklingbank were against these new projects, and counter-petitioned to have five new drive-in theatres installed at the five proposed sites of the libraries. In the end, the local council was forced to step in and make an executive decision in order to avoid civil upset between the two groups, and so established a compromise: four libraries would be built, one of which would be named by the pro-drive in group, and one drive in would be built at coordinates 87,35, where Parkinsons was originally to be built.

See also: Hecks Library

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Current Status

Currently the building is under attack by Zombies. Donjakob 19:47, 9 March 2011 (UTC)

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