Clifton Library Update

News, Village News Posted by Holly Shannon on 3 March 2017 Return to News & Events

Clifton Library is now under threat AGAIN. The latest cuts mean there will be £1.4 million reduction to Library services funding. There will be a citywide consultation process in May and Clifton residents will need to make a very strong case to prove that the Library must be maintained as a community asset.  There will be a citywide consultation in May and residents will need to make a very strong case to save the Library (the only council run public building in Clifton).  FoCCaL (Friends of Clifton Community Centre and Library) are working hard to save the library. The weekly programme of activities and sold out monthly performances and talks demonstrate a clear need for a library and community space in Clifton. Green councillors voted against the budget cuts and Paula and Jerome are supporting FoCCaL in the fight to save this vital community service. If you want to help save the library join FoCCaL, call into the library,  visit www.foccal.com or email hello@foccal.com.

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