From Cllr Darryl Smalley, Liberal Democrats <[email protected]>
Subject Lib Dems Saving Our Libraries
Date April 18, 2021 11:01 AM
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Liberal Democrats The Lib Dem Council in York is protecting libraries for the
long term

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John, in 2019 the number of Liberal Democrats on City of York Council almost
doubled - from 11 to 21! Since then we have been able to protect every library
- we have even opened a couple more. Now York has 16 libraries and three
reading cafes.

We are also planning to revamp libraries and transform them into hubs for
creativity and culture - ensuring their long term future.

Libraries represent the beating heart of community life. From parent-child
groups, to study sessions and book clubs, libraries bring locals together. And
no other party understands the importance of the local community better than
the Liberal Democrats.

Find out more about the fantastic work done by Liberal Democrat Councils up
and down the country:

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Will you vote Liberal Democrat on May 6th and elect councillors that champion
community life?

Let us know here:

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All the best,

Cllr Darryl Smalley
Liberal Democrat Councillor and Executive Member for Culture, Leisure and
Communities on City of York Council

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