A consultation has started on the future of libraries in Leicestershire with the council saying 36 will close if volunteers don't come forward.
The council wants to cut eight hundred thousand pounds from its five and a half million pound libraries budget. It will continue to run 16 of the most used libraries, but are asking people who use smaller ones, to see if they would be willing to run them voluntarily.
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