Libraries News Round-up: 16 March 2018


ITV News: 16 March
Plymouth | Are pop-up libraries the solution?
Plymouth City council insists shutting five libraries and replacing them with a so called ‘pop-up’ version is working and was the right thing to do.

Grimsby Telegraph: 16 March

North East Lincolnshire | Library hours slashed and full day closures as council looks to cut costs
Eastbourne Herald: 16 March
East Sussex | Serious mistake to close libraries
Eastbourne Herald: 16 March
East Sussex | Help find a way to save library
Eastbourne Herald: 16 March
Bishop hits out over East Sussex library closures
BBC News: 16 March
Portsmouth libraries hope for return of ‘naughty’ books
No library fines for late returns or charges for reserving items introduced in three-year trial
The News: 16 March
UPDATE: Libraries in Portsmouth bid to get ‘naughty books’ returned
Milford Mercury: 16 March
Pembrokeshire | Work to start on £1.5m Neyland Athletic Club development
The £1.5m development will see the town council and the town library rehomed on the site.
Somerset Live: 16 March
Everything we know so far about the future of Highbridge Library as Somerset County Council extends consultation period

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