Libraries News Round-up: 7 September 2016

Public Libraries News : 6th September
Editorial | There’s consultations and then there’s …
“give the public the respect they deserve ..”
http://www.publiclibrariesnews.com/2016/09/theres-consultations-and-then-theres.html

Northern Echo : 6th September
Plans to close Darlington library may be ‘set aside’ following legal challenge
http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/14726282.Decision_to_close_Crown_Street_Library__set_aside__by_Darlington_Borough_Council_following_legal_challenge/

Swindon Advertiser : 7th September
Staff proposal to save more libraries revealed despite council’s best efforts
http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/14727883.Staff_proposal_to_save_more_libraries_revealed_despite_council_s_best_efforts/

Swindon Advertiser : 7th September
Letter | ‘Anomaly of libraries’ — John Lister
http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/yoursay/14727529.Letters__September_7__2016/

Lancashire Evening Post : 7th September
Four years of four per cent council tax rises predicted
Concerns for Fulwood Library featured
http://www.lep.co.uk/your-lancashire/preston/fulwood/four-years-of-four-per-cent-council-tax-rises-predicted-1-8108844

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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