Library closures not the end of the story, vow protesters
0 Have your say The final chapter in the Lancashire libraries saga will be written tonight when six shut their doors for the last time.
But defiant campaigners are adamant it will not be the end of the story for more than 20 communities being robbed of a valuable reading resource.
“It doesn’t stop here,” said Jane Porter, who has been battling to save Fulwood Library since closure plans were first announced.
“We are not giving up the fight - in fact we still have quite a bit of hope.”
Fulwood is one of the first six to shut up shop tonight - the others are Penwortham, Bamber Bridge,... read more
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