- A message from Nicky Morgan, Director, Libraries, Arts Council England
- The Library Returns
- Guest post #16 – The future of libraries: a time for new heroes… by Dave Coplin
- Guest post #15 – Connecting Spaces and Places: the public library in the 21st century, by John Blewitt
- Guest post #14 – Listening to users, by Abby Barker
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It was 1883 when the first library in the UK was opened as a result of a grant from Andrew Carnegie. Then in 1950, having invested heavily in public library services, and not just buildings, the Carnegie UK Trust moved … Continue reading →