Just a thought…
If we ran public libraries the way that our privatised railways are run, the taxpayer would be spending more for to have to travel ten miles to their nearest library where they'd have to wait an hour for the opportunity to borrow a dog-eared old Harold Robbins paperback that somebody seemed to have used to wipe their bottom.
I can't say this prospect thrills.
Hosting a writer in residence at your library: everything you need to know - Alan Ward builds on the experience learned from his time as writer in residence in Hastings
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