Libraries News Round-up: 2 December 2015

THE GUARDIAN : 2nd December The ‘atomised’ council is here to stay: stripped back to the most basic services Several 'libraries' references http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/dec/02/atomised-council-stripped-basics-services-future-local-government Swindon Borough Council : 1st December Swindon…

Libraries News Round-up: 3 November 2017

Eastbourne Herald: 3 November East Sussex | STEPHEN LLOYD MP: Keep the pressure up over libraries cuts http://www.eastbourneherald.co.uk/news/opinion/stephen-lloyd-mp-keep-the-pressure-up-over-libraries-cuts-1-8225982 Eastbourne Herald: 3 November East Sussex | To lose library would be…

Libraries News Round-up: 22 September 2017

Bath Chronicle: 22 September LETTER: Lost faith in council’s ability to serve http://www.bathchronicle.co.uk/news/bath-news/letter-lost-faith-councils-ability-516400 Eastbourne Herald: 22 September East Sussex | Letter: Short-sighted library plans http://www.eastbourneherald.co.uk/news/your-say/short-sighted-library-plans-1-8162283 Eastbourne Herald: 22 September East…

One Reply to “Libraries news round-up: 30 October 2018”

  1. adrienne 2 years ago

    Its not just Redditch and Alvechurch. There’s Rubery, Catshill and Bromsgrove all being targeted for Closure by the County Council. This is a huge swathe of North Worcestershire. Besides the education facilities provided by books, it will also affect access to computers. This will directly affect those who are the poorest in society who rely on library computers for job applications, homework and Universal Credit claims (which are only processed on-line) .
    The campaign is starting…….

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