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How Libraries Are Branching Out To Pull People In

Posted at 7:33AM Monday 07 Apr 2014

As investment in UK library services continues to fall and borrowing rates drop, many libraries are facing closure or severely restricted opening hours.

So can a broader range of events, from breastfeeding groups to bulb planting, keep people coming through the doors?

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