Libraries News Round-up: 9 November 2015

PRIVATE EYE
Issue No. 1404 | Library News
“Library users in Anglesey face a variety of awful options for their cash-strapped service as this island consults over cuts.”
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THE BOOKSELLER : 9th November
Fifty jobs may go as Glasgow libraries cut £2.4m
http://www.thebookseller.com/news/50-jobs-go-glasgow-libraries-cut-24m-316085

Western Morning News : 9th November
Cornwall | “Golden opportunity” on the table to run library services, says council
http://www.westernmorningnews.co.uk/Golden-opportunity-table-run-library-services/story-28142400-detail/story.html

Hertfordshire.com : 9th November
New chapter for Chorleywood Library
The library will continue to open for its usual hours, and for the first few weeks library staff will be on hand to support and train the volunteers.
http://www.hertfordshire.com/pages/news/show-news.asp?id=1596

The Courier : 7th November
Fife Communities refuse to close book on library fight
The fight to save 16 Fife libraries from the axe is gathering momentum after the consultation over the proposed closures came to an end.
http://www.thecourier.co.uk/news/local/fife/communities-refuse-to-close-book-on-library-fight-1.909203

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