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Future of Newquay Library secured

By Warren Wilkins 22nd March 2017

Future of Newquay Library secured
The future of Newquay Library looks to have been secured.

THE future of the library and council information service in Newquay have been secured following long, drawn out negotiations. Newquay Town Council has agreed in principle to take over the running of the facilities in return for the freehold of the Marcus Hill site, the council municipal offices and library building for £1, as well a...

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