- The Reference Library keeps copies of "The Draper" for one month then puts lending date labels on them and ships them out to Pottersbury Road Library. Which literally doesn't have enough room for the stock, shelves or furniture it should have. Not since the school we pay the rent to stole a quarter of the floor space to make a new SureStart office. (We still pay the same rent, mind.)
- The Reference Library has a 1969 edition of "A Selection of the Coins of Rome from the Time of Trajan" on the open shelves.
- Fifteen year-old Ordnance Survey maps are being transferred from the Reference Library to Dutch Bend's lending library.
- There are four boxes of classical music cassettes under Mary's old desk, but on the shelves at Umpty Library according to the catalogue.
Sometimes it's as well to leave well alone.