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October 15, 2012

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Elizabeth (@ElizCro)

Thanks for covering this and adding the details about cut off. We've agreed to finalise details for CILIP but the sooner we get the bookings the better.

I'm booking workshops places as they come in so anyone booking soon should get their first choices. I'm happy to take any queries at [email protected] on 020 8651 9552 or tweet me directly at @ElizCro

Last year's conference, run jointly by The Library Campaign and Voices for the Library, was a huge success, and this year's conference should be even better. Those booked so far include library users/supporters, library campaigners, Unison members, librarians and library staff.

All involved in Speak Up for Libraries are passionate about libraries but come at it from different perspectives so the event embraces that diversity. The aim of the conference is to open up the dialogue and debate, listen to views and to plan a way forward to speak up for libraries.

What Phil Bradley hasn't mentioned is that he is also addressing the conference on the day. I look forward to hearing him speak in person, having only followed the twitter feed as it has lit up when he has spoken at other events.

If you are on twitter you can follow @SpeakUp4Libs and the hashtag is #SUFLConf You can also join the conversation at https://www.facebook.com/SpeakUpForLibraries

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