Libraries News Round-up: 14 September 2017

TV News: 14 September
Death knell for five of Plymouth’s libraries
Lancashire Post: 14 September
Bill to reopen axed Lancashire libraries nears £1m
2BR: 14 September
Trying to save more of Lancashire’s libraries
Grimsby Telegraph: 14 September
NE Lincolnshire | Chance to have YOUR say on plans to close libraries one day a week
Ham & High: 14 September
Haringey | Campaigners respond after Highgate Library escapes relocation
Bath Chronicle: 14 September
Final Bath library protest to be staged on eve of consultation deadline
Croydon Advertiser: 14 September
REVEALED: The number of visits to Croydon libraries has increased
FOI reveals number of visits to the 13 libraries in Croydon is up overall, but down in seven libraries, over a five year period. Carillion run libraries in Croydon.
Leon’s Library blog: 14 September
St Helens Star: 14 September
Merseyside | Four weekly bin collections, library cuts, reduced street sweeping – how the latest round of proposed council budget cuts could hit St Helens
Review of the borough’s library service, to potentially save of £1m
Telegraph & Argus: 14 September
Bradford | New community-run library to open at Queensbury Community Partnership, High Street, Queensbury
Warfedale Observer: 14 September
Bradford | District councillors urge parish colleagues to delay a decision on Burley Library
Parish Council considering selling the library for development and to use the proceeds to redevelop the Queen’s Hall to include some form of library facilities.
Image taken at event with storyteller John Kirk, at Wibsley Library in Bradford, West Yorkshire

Image taken at event with storyteller John Kirk, at Wibsley Library in Bradford, West Yorkshire

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