Libraries News Round-up: 14 June 2014

Express & Star : 14th June
Editorial | Libraries are our cultural soul, now who will save them?
I barely have the time to read novels as it is, let alone run a library.
http://www.expressandstar.com/comment-and-opinion/2014/06/14/libraries-are-our-cultural-soul-now-who-will-save-them/

Express & Echo : 14th June
Exeter’s refurbished library attracts nearly 800 new members in two weeks 
http://www.exeterexpressandecho.co.uk/Exeter-s-refurbished-library-attracts-nearly-800/story-21232725-detail/story.html

Western Gazette : 13th June
Are libraries to be the dinosaurs of the digital age?
I thoroughly disagree with the assumption
http://www.westerngazette.co.uk/VIEW-libraries-dinosaurs-digital-age/story-21231519-detail/story.html

Lichfield Mercury : 13th June
Staffordshire ‘Radical’ change for libraries in Lichfield and Burntwood?
http://www.lichfieldmercury.co.uk/County-launch-consultation-libraries/story-21223204-detail/story.html

The Argus : 13th June
Jubilee Library is second most visited in England
“We would urge residents, local organisations, groups and services to get actively involved in the next round of consultations to ensure we continue to meet the needs of all our communities and that we continue to represent good value for money.”
http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/11275278.Jubilee_Library_is_second_most_visited_in_England/?ref=nt

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