News round-up: Sunday 17th August 2014

Below, are the interesting articles I have read that were published between Sunday 9th August and Saturday 16th August.

Walking and book festival celebrates its 10th anniversary
The Northern Echo, Monday 11th August 2014

Bristol Cathedral Primary school to go inside central library
BBC News, Tuesday 12th August 2014

A New Twist On Book Clubs
Forbes, Wednesday 13th August 2014

Llanelli gardener turned author launches scratch and sniff book
Llanelli Star, Wednesday 13th August 2014

Throw the book at them! Cambridge’s Parkside police station appeals for reading material for prisoners
Cambridge News, Thursday 14th August 2014

Book-loving gran persuades council to bring mobile library back after 10 years
The Westmorland Gazette, Thursday 14th August 2014

Liverpool Council to publicly consult on cabinet-approved library closure plans
Liverpool Echo, Friday 15th August 2014

Leeds comic book queen is picture perfect
Yorkshire Evening Post, Friday 15th August 2014

The woman with 10,000 books in her garden shed
Nottingham Post, Friday 15th August 2014

Little Free Library scheme arrives in Wanstead with Fiona Tatham of Overton Drive the first to sign up
Guardian Series, Friday 15th August 2014

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