People living in Rhydyfelin near Pontypridd are celebrating the re-opening of their local library.
It was shut by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council last month in a bid to cut costs.
Last week the council made a surprise u-turn, and today the library was back in business.
Sarah Hibbard reports.
The council is trying to save £70 million, and says it has to make "tough and unpopular" decision because of funding cuts from the UK Government.