Library cuts to open north-south divide with just two to serve quarter of Birmingham

Library cuts to open north-south divide with just two to serve quarter of Birmingham
 

Planned cuts will open up a major north-south divide in Birmingham libraries, it has been warned.
The council is currently consulting over plans to slash the community library budget by £1.9 million a year and have earmarked the costly Sutton Coldfield Library and Aston Library for closure.
But the proposals also mean that residents north of the M6, including Sutton Coldfield, Erdington, Castle Vale and Kingstanding will be left with just two major community libraries out of 19 in the city.
Opposition Conservatives are now calling on the ruling Labour group to reconsider the plans and... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 34
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