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Save Tadcaster Library

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It was announced this week that following the Government's Comprehensive Spending Review and the need to save £1.1million during the 2011/2012 period that a number of front line service were to be closed. 

This includes Tadcaster Library

This is in direct contrast to the investment that has been invested in to Pocklington library, at a cost to the local tax payer of £1.3m and the recent renovation of Harrogate library at the cost of £3.4 million!!

Local libraries are essential to our children’s education, they encourage children to read, research and discover facts about the world they live in and develop their education.

A local library is an essential part of the local community.

Help prevent this callous, unsympathetic closure of Tadcaster library by completing the support form and join the campaign to keep Tadcaster Library open.

Please sign the petition and help save Tadcaster Library from closure.

Sponsor

www.tadcaster-on-line.co.uk

Links

www.tadcaster-on-line.co.uk
www.urhiddenoffice.co.uk

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    jackie giddings United Kingdom
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    Gillian Brayshaw United Kingdom
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    Jonny Anderson Australia
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    Richard Parkinson United Kingdom
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    Guy Cunningham United Kingdom
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    Anne Hugill and Rex Brown United Kingdom
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    Caroline Anderson United Kingdom
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    Paul Anderson United Kingdom
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