Libraries News Round-up: 12 January 2018


Northamptonshire Telegraph: 12 January
Residents to stage sit-in protest at Oundle’s library
ITV News: 12 January
Northamptonshire | Protesters stage sit-in to save Brackley Library
Northamptonshire Telegraph: 12 January
95 per cent say they want Higham Ferrers Library to stay open
Alderley Edge: 12 January
Cheshire East | Final chapter? Deadline for commenting on proposal to close library
Royston Crow: 12 January
Have your say on future of Hertfordshire’s libraries as consultation launches
Hemel Gazette: 12 January
Libraries to become independent of Herts County Council?
Midsomer Norton & Radstock Journal: 12 January
Up to 300 jobs to go at B&NES as it budgets for future
‘The Council is making a capital investment of £3 million to reshape library and customer services and develop a network of ‘community libraries’, and says it will invest a provisional £5 million in implementing new digital technology to enable service transformation.’
Chelmsford Weekly News: 12 January
Mobile library services in Essex could be reduced by 60 per cent
Birmingham Mail: 12 January
Library groups clash over plans to turn Sutton Coldfield venue into ‘glorified Wacky Warehouse’
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