WATCH: Youngsters’ film to save library

PUBLISHED: 09:00 21 August 2014

Budleigh Salterton Library.

Budleigh Salterton Library.

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Two Budleigh youngsters have produced a film to help save Budleigh Library – and had some help from some top authors.

Oliver MacAllister and Milo Godwin-Coombes, both aged 12, both put together the film, which you can see here, having filmed interviews with Paddy Ashdown, Fay Weldon, and Sarah McIntyre, among others.

The library could be at risk following a Devon County Council consultation, if more community involvement in its running is not found.

For the full story, see today’s Budleigh Journal.

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  • I lived in Budleigh Salterton for about 2 years and I loved going to the the library an saying hello to the staff and of course borrowing books. I hope that the library is not closed. P.S. Well done to Milo and Oliver you've done a great job, keep it up!! :):)

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    Alex Stace

    Thursday, August 21, 2014

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