Libraries News Round-up: 27 October 2017

Banbury Guardian: 27 October
Northants | ‘Disaster’: Group slams plan to close Middleton Cheney Library as consultation opens

The Star: 27 October
The Star Looks at Sheffield’s Libraries: More than just books as Upperthorpe shows it has Zest
South Bristol Voice: 27 October
Library Friends reject volunteer idea
Bristol Post: 27 October
Councillors want to move Bristol central library to The Galleries or Colston Hall
Westmoreland Gazette: 27 October
Cumbria: Public have a say on museum expansion
Concerns that any expansion of the museum, currently housed on the first floor of Windermere Library, may encroach on the space for the library.
BBC News: 27 October
Manchester scheme to give homeless access to libraries
The project will allow people who are being helped by homeless charity Lifeshare to register for a library card without a permanent address.
Manchester City Council said the service will give those involved access to all 22 of the city’s libraries.
Lifeshare’s operations manager Judith Vickers said it would be “a lifeline for many”
Eastbourne Herald: 27 October
East Sussex | MP urges residents to write to county council to save Pevensey Bay Library
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