Library News Round-up: 30 November 2014

THE OBSERVER : 30th November
Letter Council leaders of all parties plead for no more cuts
119 councils, including 40 Tory signatories 
http://www.theguardian.com/theobserver/2014/nov/30/letters-council-leaders-across-spectrum-plead-no-more-cuts 

THE OBSERVER : 30th November
Tory shires join call for more cash and powers for England’s regions
Council leaders demand devolution and an end to austerity
http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/nov/29/regions-letter-end-austerity-more-powers-devolution

Wales Online : 30th November
Councillor suggests moving Cardiff Central Library to Old Library building
“In these days of government cuts, can we afford the luxury of a large central library at the expense of losing six neighbourhood libraries?”
http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/move-cardiff-council-library-out-8202145

East Lindsey Target : 30th November
Bright future on the horizon for Lincolnshire libraries
http://www.eastlindseytarget.co.uk/Bright-future-horizon-libraries/story-24769509-detail/story.html

Wembley Matters : 29th November
Guide Auction Price of £1,150,000 For Kensal Rise Library
http://wembleymatters.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/guide-auction-price-of-1150000-for.html?spref=tw

Good morning Peckam! by andobrien

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