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MLA North West News Rural Museums Network
09 September 2005
The Rural Museums Network was launched in February this year at the MLA headquarters in Queen Ann’s Gate. The network has evolved over the last 5 years to act as a source of information and support to all museums holding rural collections.
MLA North West News Public libraries set to face serious staff shortage
07 September 2005
Just as public libraries are boosting their visitor numbers with an increase of more than 14 million visits last year, the service faces a new challenge. A survey carried out by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) shows that nearly a third of library staff in England will retire in the next 10 years - and library authorities are beginning to feel the pinch, with 59% saying they already have difficulty filling vacancies.
MLA North West News The Big Lottery Fund’s Living Landmarks Grants Programme
27 July 2005
Living Landmarks is a new grants programme from the Big Lottery Fund designed to help organisations to work with their communities to transform, revitalise and regenerate environments.
Stockton Heath Library Literature Matters in the North West
26 January 2005
Literature Matters is a national two-year initiative to enthuse trainee teachers about children’s literature and libraries, and is jointly funded by the DfES, the Arts Council and MLA.
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