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Weʼre raising £25,000 to Help save Aberdeen's Libraries from impending cuts by Aberdeen Council as announced in the press

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Aberdeen's Libraries are under threat due to an emergency cost cutting exercise by Aberdeen City Council. The damage to the community and the loss of jobs will be permanent unless something is done know.

We are building a consortia to save :

Ferry Hill
Cults
Tillydrone
Bridge Of Don

And then develop a strategy to save the rest.

Libraries - a listening ear, a friendly face, internet cafe, reading room, family history research centre, children's storytelling circle, home of Bookbug, emergency source when uni library books are out, reference desk, exhibition space, reminiscence centre, quiet place, fun place, USED BY THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY! LEAVE THEM BE!

http://scottishbooktrust.com/blog/reading/2017/05/libraries-matter-to-scotland%E2%80%99s-digital-future

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    Thats a growing team from 2 to 5 in 12hrs - actively campaigning in Aberdeen City Centre now!

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Page last updated on: 3/4/2019 23.22

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Our team includes local people, ex-librarians, school teachers, local book vendors and people who are prepared to do more than just protest about the Council Cuts

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