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Save Sea Mills Library Leaflet

Here’s our leaflet as a pdf, which will be coming through your letterbox over the next few days (if you haven’t had it already). The second page tells you which bits of the consultation we are arguing against. We are … Continue reading

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A few clarifications

When Friends of Sea Mills Library were at the library on Saturday, there were a few questions that popped up, so we thought we could clarify them here. If you completed the consultation before March, you took part in stage 1. … Continue reading

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Costings for most Bristol libraries

Here’s another new document we’ve found. BristolLibraries estimated costings March 2015 This document seems to show the anticipated costs of most of Bristol’s libraries going forward (including those in groups 1 and 2). It confuses me slightly. Stockwood (a larger … Continue reading

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Costings for group3 libraries

Bristol City Council have released potential costs for libraries in group 3 (or “those outside of groups 1 and 2” as they seem determined to call them), and it makes for interesting reading. BristolLibraries group3 costings March 2015 For example, … Continue reading

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The hunt is on!

Just a quick reminder that the Sea Mills Scarecrow Trail is now live. There are scarecrows all over the place, so get searching and see how many you can find. You can find one (spoiler alert!) at Sea Mills Library, which … Continue reading

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