Burnham-on-Sea Library was praised on BBC Radio 2’s Paul O’Grady show for the service it provides to residents.
The library was mentioned on the Radio 2 show last weekend much to the surprise of the its employees.
Nathan Crook, Burnham-on-Sea Library supervisor said: "“We were delighted to get a shout-out on Sunday’s ‘Thank You slot’ on Paul’s show.
“Sarah, one of our regular computer users and borrowers felt us worthy of writing to the show to acknowledge the team and services we provide and how libraries are an asset to, and support the community.”
“A certificate of thanks is on its way which will take pride of place in our library.”
Sarah's letter is read out 1 minute and 22 seconds into the show.
Nathan added he would like to thank Sarah for nominating us and to Paul for reading out her letter and going on to explain how libraries had supported him.
To hear the show visit http://bbc.in/2ltdPdv.