Cornwall’s libraries: the devolution revolution has been postponed

Posted By on 23rd January 2018

23rd January 2018 By Rashleigh MacFarlane The transformation of Cornwall’s library service is going to take twice as long as previously thought, according to council officials. In 2015 the council…


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  1. Library devolution was always about Cornwall Council saving money and never about a better service. That is why sensible town councils like Bodmin refused to take them on. You can fool some of the people some of the time but not all of the people all of the time.

  2. In Launceston, Cornwall Council want the Town to take on all costs and them take all the savings. Cornwall Council also want the Town to take on their one stop shop. Why should we pay to pacify their upset customers? Other towns have been offered a car park to help defray costs, absolute refusal in Launceston’s case. Why are we being discriminated against?

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