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CHANGES to mobile library services which will help save the taxpayer more than £130,000 a year have been approved by East Sussex County Council.
A total of 90 stops made by the mobile library will remain unaffected, while 16 stops will be combined. Visits to 21 care home and sheltered housing settings will be replaced by existing alternative service. Watch our video with Councillor Chris Dowling, lead member for community services.