Libraries News Round-up: 19 January 2018


The Bookseller: 19 January
On borrowed time?
Could the decline in library services and book loans put the future of reading in jeopardy?.
Lancashire Telegraph: 19 January
Barrowford Library to reopen
2BR Lancashire: 19 January

“Why is there a delay?”
The community group looking to take over the running of Trawden Library are angry about delays.
Wakefield Express: 19 January
Library could get new home in town hall
Epping Forest Guardian: 19 January
Essex mobile library cuts: Buckhurst Hill stops set to be scrapped under council plans
Arts Professional: 19 January
Arts Council begins consultation on next ten-year strategy
‘Darren Henley, Chief Executive of Arts Council England, said: “This is a very exciting time for all of us, an opportunity for us to contribute to a visionary piece of work that will influence the direction of the arts, museums and libraries in England for many years to come. It’s your future – please do have your say in it.” ‘https://www.artsprofessional.co.uk/news/arts-council-begins-consultation-next-ten-year-strategy
Scottish Daily Record: 19 January
Renfrewshire | Plans for new £5million Paisley library shelved

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