Save Leominster Library
Save Leominster Library – yet again Herefordshire Council threatens to close it, together with Ross-on-Wye. This would leave Leominster with no library provision or public access computers, and leaves the future of the council’s drop-in customer services facility in doubt.
Why help to Save Leominster Library?
If you rely on the library for books for yourself, your children or other relatives, if you value it as a destination in the holidays, if you like to take your little ones along to children’s activity sessions or even if you never use a library but firmly believe they should be there for everyone, please help us fight for the future of Leominster library in one or all of the following ways:
- Fill in the council’s questionnaire
- Attend the consultation in Corn Square on Friday 18 September 10am-2pm
- Visit www.herefordshire.gov.uk and search for Budget & Proposals 2016-2020 document (PDF download)
Join the Friends of Leominster Library
The Friends of Leominster Library is a voluntary group that supports the library through fundraising and supporting its continued presence in the town. There are several ways that you can help us fight for the future of Leominster Library, and one of these is to join FOLL so that we can continue to fund our fight.
All members are welcome at FOLL committee meetings. The next meeting is on Thursday 27th August 5pm in Leominster Library.