Malvern library services will be unavailable from next week

Don't forget library closure

Don't forget library closure

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BOOK lovers are reminded that Malvern Library services will be unavailable from Tuesday, March 18, while building work is carried out to prepare for the opening of the job centre there.

Registration services will also be unavailable, but the Worcestershire Hub will be open as usual from 9am to 5pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and 9.30am to 5pm on Wednesday.

All services will be open as usual on Monday, March 24.

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7:18pm Wed 12 Mar 14

PrivateSi says...

Oh, ****, I thought we were finally going to get rid of all these utter wastes of public finances... BUY YOUR GRANNY A TABLET / eREADER... Harsh, but we owe a £1.5 Trillion or so and the interest alone = £60 billion this year, next year it will almost match the ENTIRE EDUCATION BUDGET...

The Soviets, sorry, Socialists seem to think that it's better to have the State paying someone to do a job that is NON-ESSENTIAL for NATIONAL SURVIVAL / PROTECTION / GENERAL RUNNING / EDUCATION using tax payers' money when we owe so much MAKE SENSE?!

Sorry... You're gunna have to start biting bullets soon - for the kids and their kid's sakes..
Oh, ****, I thought we were finally going to get rid of all these utter wastes of public finances... BUY YOUR GRANNY A TABLET / eREADER... Harsh, but we owe a £1.5 Trillion or so and the interest alone = £60 billion this year, next year it will almost match the ENTIRE EDUCATION BUDGET... The Soviets, sorry, Socialists seem to think that it's better to have the State paying someone to do a job that is NON-ESSENTIAL for NATIONAL SURVIVAL / PROTECTION / GENERAL RUNNING / EDUCATION using tax payers' money when we owe so much MAKE SENSE?! Sorry... You're gunna have to start biting bullets soon - for the kids and their kid's sakes.. PrivateSi
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