Libraries News Round-up: 17 July 2016

THE BOOKSELLER
Hancock replaces Vaizey as culture minister
inc. a comment from Phil Bradley
http://www.thebookseller.com/news/vaizey-departs-culture-minister-role-359951

Leon’s Library Blog : 17th May
My Way
Ed Vaizey, the longest serving Minister for Culture has finally left the building …
https://leonslibraryblog.com/2016/07/17/my-way/

DAILY MAIL : 16th July
Developers add gyms and libraries to property sites to help their elderly residents stay fit
The number of places where older people can socialise is dwindling.  343 public libraries in Britain closed in six years, with 111 planned this year. But retirement home developers are attempting to tackle the problem
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3693554/Developers-add-gyms-libraries-property-sites-help-elderly-residents-stay-fit-alert.html

 

Shropshire Star : 16th July
Shropshire Council criticised for key services silence
http://www.shropshirestar.com/news/politics/2016/07/16/shropshire-council-criticised-for-key-services-silence/

 

The Stage : 15th July
Culture minister Ed Vaizey leaves the government
replaced by Matt Hancock
https://www.thestage.co.uk/news/2016/culture-minister-ed-vaizey-leaves-the-government/

 

Image by Samantha Galbraith (@sgalbraith47) used with permission. Contact the artist at sgalbraith47@yahoo.co.uk for orders or inquiries.

Image by Samantha Galbraith (@sgalbraith47) used with permission.
Contact the artist at sgalbraith47@yahoo.co.uk for orders or inquiries.

 

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