Spalding Guardian : 26th November
Death knell sounds for our libraries
Deeping St James county councillor Phil Dilks says no groups are volunteering to run Market Deeping Library because the council is offering £5,000 a year while running costs are £25,000 and “people are not daft”.

Market Rasen Mail : 27th November
New library plan to save Caistor and Wragby facilities

Press & Journal : 27th November
Moray | Leading author hits out at library closures

Bakewell Today : 27th November
Derbyshire | Council considers slashing library services  
full details of 4 ‘options’

Derby Telegraph : 27th November
Derbyshire’s mobile library service facing the axe

Western Telegraph : 27th November
Future of Pembrokeshire’s mobile libraries uncertain

Cambrian News : 27th November
Wales Public backlash fears over £9m council cuts
A council tax rise of five per cent is being proposed along with service cuts including the closure of Tregaron and New Quay libraries …

Cambrian News : 27th November
Early retirements sought in bid to save £200,000

Borehamwood Times : 27th November
Public meeting at 96 Shenley Road to shape future of library service in Hertfordshire

Craven Herald : 27th November
Bradford | Silsden Library gets ready to open

Market Deeping Library

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