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Coleraine Library to have opening hours cut?

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Coleraine Library could see it’s opening hours cut again following a public consultation which proposes to reduce opening from 50 hours per week to 45 hours.

As well as Coleraine, libraries affected will be  Ballymena Central, Bangor Carnegie, Belfast Central, Carrickfergus, Derry Central, Dungannon, Enniskillen, Finaghy, Glengormley, Lisburn City, Lurgan, Newry City and Omagh.

To have your say, fill out the consultation questionnaire by following this link. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/OHR_2016_Coleraine_ADULT


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