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[images] = Modernising and future proofing an integrated library, reading and learning offer This option integrates all reading and learning spaces into hubs of varying sizes.

This option would also see an innovative and unique offer that provides investment in state-of-the-art digital technologies, access to book lockers and touring libraries in all communities across Warrington and a flexible outreach offer that can be expanded across the town and will target the most in need or vulnerable.

Live Wire’s offer was identified for reduction in funding.

To make reading and learning easily accessible and encourage more people to get involved Live Wire want to stem the falling reading and learning numbers via traditional approaches and make best use of digital technologies to deliver high quality, efficient and responsive services and widen access to books, information learning and activities.

Traditional approach to making savings by cutting spending on books and reducing opening hours This option implements traditional cuts to the library service which would see no cuts to the library buildings but would result in most community libraries, apart from those in integrated neighbourhood hubs, only opening for one hour a week due to financial pressures.It is predicted that this option would see the biggest decline in library usage due to the limited accessibility of opening hours.No change to Library and Learning Service This option kept the current operation and the cost of the service static.This would result in the continued decline in use of libraries in line with the national trend and increased financial pressures on both Live Wire and Warrington Borough Council.This would also mean there would be no money to invest in the service or new digital technologies.

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[images] = Following funding cuts from central government, Warrington Borough Council led a public consultation during December 2015 about Warrington’s budget to identify areas where savings could be made.