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The library in Westside will not be closed to the public again, according to Galway City Council CEO Brendan McGrath.
CEO of Westmeath County Council Pat Gallagher has dismissed speculation that local library services are to be amalgamated or reduced as “scaremongering”.
The potential benefits of using self-help books to address a number of common psychological problems such as depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and binge eating, are being promoted through a library book scheme.
Young people in Westmeath are set to benefit from €27,320 in National Lottery grants which have been awarded to a number of groups and organisations.
City councillors have called for the council to examine the possibility of acquiring permanent buildings to house library services instead of the “illogical” practice of paying rent of nearly €350,000 a year.
A new relationship between Midlands libraries will give students, researchers, and readers unprecedented access to archives, third-level resources, medical, and archive collections.
One in five people who use Westmeath’s libraries don’t live in the county, research into the library service has shown.
Cllr Nuala Nolan has hit out this week at plans to cut the funding for new books for Galway’s libraries by €150,000, despite an increase in the number of people now availing of library services.