Libraries News Round-up: 21 July 2016

Third Sector : 21st July
Culture department confirms it now has responsibility for civil society policy
A statement from the DCMS today said Wilson, whose move to the DCMS along with the charities brief was announced on Sunday, would continue to oversee voluntary sector policy and be given additional responsibility for libraries policy.
http://www.thirdsector.co.uk/culture-department-confirms-responsibility-civil-society-policy/policy-and-politics/article/1403170

Sunderland Echo : 21st July
Sunderland council urged to spare remaining libraries as the service prepares for more cuts
http://www.sunderlandecho.com/our-region/sunderland/sunderland-council-urged-to-spare-remaining-libraries-as-the-service-prepares-for-more-cuts-1-8024944

 

Accrington Observer : 21st July
Lancashire Just £40k could save a Hyndburn library
http://www.accringtonobserver.co.uk/news/local-news/just-40k-could-save-hyndburn-11642399

 

Rossendale Free Press : 21st July
Just £60k could save a Rossendale library
http://www.rossendalefreepress.co.uk/news/local-news/just-60k-could-save-rossendale-11642391

Blackpool Gazette : 21st July
Warning over town library complacency 
St Annes
http://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/news/warning-over-town-library-complacency-1-8025855

 

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