It’s time for our traditional New Year post. Congratulations to the 13 library sector people who were awarded Honours. It is great to see these recipients recognised for continuing to help improve and support a wide range of libraries work …
Congratulations to the 6 people working in or with the public libraries sector in England who were awarded honours last week in recognition of their contribution to libraries. Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) Mark Freeman, President …
Congratulations to the 9 people working in or with the public libraries sector in England who were awarded honours last week in recognition of their contribution to libraries. The awards were announced on 10 October – a great end to …
Find out how those named in the New Years Honours list have made their contribution to public libraries.
Ken Taylor writes about the award-winning project to extend the Great Ayton Discovery Centre.
Joanne O'Dea writes about the project in Prestbury library - inspired by reading to dogs schemes which happen in US libraries - winner of this year's David Vaisey prize
SELMS consortium manager Hilary Ballard writes about the project’s development, and the benefits it offers today
Sue Ball writes about the artist led project in Staffordshire libraries, which commemorates not only those who fought and died during World War 1 but also the women whose domestic, everyday lives contributed to fighting the war on the home-front.
How Whitby library took part in the Cook 250 anniversary celebrations
Michael Ellis MP, Libraries minister, introduces Libraries Week and writes about what they mean to him and his ministerial priorities