Library News Round-up: 10th October 2014

THE GUARDIAN : 10th OctoberWriters join fight to save Liverpool’s librarieshttp://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/oct/10/writers-join-fight-to-save-liverpool-libraries-caitlin-moran-cathy-cassidyLiverpool Echo : 9th OctoberProposals to rescue Liverpool libraries come in as community rallies to save 'at-risk' facilitiesPeople attended a…

Libraries News Round-up: 24 April

The Courier: 24 April Fife | Story of Largo Library is a happy ever after Largo Library reopens as volunteer-run facility https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/uncategorised/411433/story-of-largo-library-is-a-happy-ever-after/ Rossendale Free Press: 24 April Lancashire | Government…

Libraries News Round-up: 13 March 2016

DAILY MIRROR : 13th March Tory social housing sell-off could force councils to flog libraries and parks to fill £2 billion black hole http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/tory-social-housing-sell-could-7548924?ICID=FB_mirror_main Swindon Advertiser : 13th March Library campaigners show…

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  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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