This morning (1st Feb)
Lynne Coppendale from Save Doncaster Libraries is speaking on BBC Radio Sheffield at 9:30am about the proposals to cut the library service.
Tomorrow (2nd Feb)
There will be a public meeting at 7.00 pm on Wednesday 2nd February at the Phoenix Theatre, Station Road, Bawtry. The Doncaster Mayor and Cabinet Member Cynthia Ransome will attend. Three ward members and members of Save Doncaster Libraries will also be present.
Friday (4th Feb)
Extraordinary Cabinet meeting to decide if the proposals should go ahead. 10am, Mansion House, Doncaster town centre. If these proposals are approved in their current form, the council is likely to be in breach of the Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964. It will then be necessary to launch a legal challenge. Click here to see the agenda, the library service review and proposals.
Saturday (5th Feb)
Read-In protests at several libraries across the borough, with authors, poets, public reading and children’s activities. See here for details of Doncaster events. This is part of the national day of action against library cuts and closures.