Sheffield City Council

6th March 2013

Sheffield City Council is inviting individuals, groups and organisations to support the future of the library services.

A prospectus pack has been put together to help potentially interested parties identify where and how they can provide support. This marks the beginning of a period of discussion which will last for 8 weeks. It may be that this opportunity is something that your members would be interested in or want to find out more about. Please could we ask that you publicise the information to your members as you see fit? Sheffield City Council would like to hear from anyone interested in bringing forward ideas and proposals to support the library service. To register your interest and to download a copy of the prospectus, please visit:

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