Libraries News Round-up: 18 September 2017

Western Telegraph: 17 September
Pembrokeshire | Council want you to ‘have your say’
Ten consultation meetings. Plans to combine council services.
Evening Standard: 18 September
Kensington & Chelsea | Plan to lease North Kensington library to £5,800-a-term prep school scrapped in wake of Grenfell Tower fire
Burnham-On-Sea.com: 18 September
Somerset | Children’s Centres in Burnham and Highbridge face major shake-up
Plans to keep only 8 of 24 children’s centres open and deliver services via other venues such as schools, halls, health clinics and libraries.
North Somerset Times: 18 September
Somerset | ‘Positive’ feedback for staff after massive overhaul of village library
Wandsworth Guardian: 18 September
Battersea residents could visit a ‘bigger and better’ Northcote Library in their area soon
Bristol 24/7: 18 September
‘Charitable trust model could save Bristol’s libraries from closure’
Lib Dems suggest a not for profit Trust to run a largely volunteer-led library service is the solution
Derby Telegraph: 18 September
Volunteers want to run Derby libraries but say council ‘hasn’t given enough info’
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