UNISON survey of library workers will look at the effects of austerity cuts on the service
Writers, readers and workers take the fight for the country’s cultural soul to Westminster
Cash-trapped councils across the country have had no choice but to cut back on culture and libraries spending in a desperate attempt to save core services
Local government conference vows to campaign for libraries and cultural services.
UNISON backs BBC report that reveals loss of 8,000 jobs and 343 libraries in six years
Friends and fellow UNISON members Elaine Brooks and Elaine Cotterell have worked in libraries all their lives. They travelled to London to defend their passion
As a library assistant my job is to be the first point of contact for people who come in to use the services – I look after the book stock, order new books, transfer books, advise parents on what level children’s books their child should have and more
All in a day’s work for today’s librarian