Save Leiston Library blog is launched!

Welcome to the launch of Save Leiston Library, a campaign blog with the specific aim of protecting our local library in Leiston, Suffolk from cuts being imposed on local services by Suffolk County Council.

We hope that Leiston library will not be at risk of a reduction in services or opening hours, loss of jobs or even closure, but if that proves not to be the case then the fightback will begin here.

Suffolk County Council’s consultation document on the future of library services across Suffolk will be announced on Tuesday 18th January. As soon as this document is released we will be ready to spring into action. So watch this space.

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2 Responses to Save Leiston Library blog is launched!

  1. Philip Harle says:

    Libraries are a National Treasure. Babies, young people, adults & senior citizens are constantly provided with reading & educational material throughout the year.
    And not only books but also DVDS,CDS &, last but not least, access to computers,
    when they are not available elsewhere.

  2. David Laws says:

    Attention Mr Smedley

    I read about your campaign in the EADT with reference to your views on a county-wide service. I would like to try to help save Lavenham Library from closure but need some hard facts and questions with which to confront the county council when our local parish council meet their representatives on Tuesday. If convenient I would welcome a conversation on this subject either Sunday or Monday, if you’re willing. My no. is ##### ######. Thanks.

    David Laws

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