The Library Campaign Follow
An independent national charity set up in 1984 to support Friends of Library groups and to campaign for improved services in publicly funded libraries
#PrivilegesCommittee was careful to praise the quality of Boris Johnson's #PartyGate defence dossier.
And so it should be, costing us British taxpayers more than £200,000 of our money (that's £1 for each Covid death on Sasha's watch).
Suffolk libraries have more research that shows libraries do so much for people's welfare that you can actually put a price tag on it: over £6 saved for every £1 spent. Not an argument one should have to use, but... read about it in TLC's latest magazine:
Thank you to everyone who took part in our #TheBigAmazingPoetryProject survey in partnership with @MacmillanKidsUK
The findings show just how important poetry is for children.
Read the results of the survey here: http://ow.ly/2Ijz50NhGO5
"[...] the funding did not make up for real terms cuts in local authority budgets and called for a more sustainable financial model for libraries."
Is the latest round of funding enough for the 27 libraries receiving a share of £4.9m from DCMS?