Library News Round-up: 4 November 2014

Nottingham Post : 4th November
Nottinghamshire County Council budget: Millions of pounds in cuts and hundreds of job losses
All county libraries could be run by trusts or not-for-profit organisations in the future.
http://www.nottinghampost.com/Nottinghamshire-County-Council-budget-Millions/story-24108852-detail/story.html

News Shopper : 4th November
Strike action called off by Greenwich’s library staff as pay demands met
http://www.newsshopper.co.uk/news/11578834.Greenwich_s_library_staff_demands_met_following_industrial_action/

Barnsley Chronicle : 4th November
Mobile library service under threat
http://www.barnsley-chronicle.co.uk/news/article/9170/mobile-library-service-under-threat 

York Press : 4th November
Council consulting over future of libraries
http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/ryedale/11577752.Council_consulting_over_future_of_libraries/

Bristol Post : 4th November
2 Letters | Use libraries otherwise we will lose them
http://www.bristolpost.co.uk/Reader-s-letter-Use-libraries-lose/story-24074010-detail/story.html

Blackburn Citizen : 3rd November
New opening hours for East Lancashire libraries
EXTRA opening hours are set to be approved by county councillors for no fewer than 15 libraries in East Lancashire and the Chorley area. 
http://www.blackburncitizen.co.uk/news/11576135.New_opening_hours_for_East_Lancashire_libraries/

Kilburn Library

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