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Autumnal Ruminations

I like autumn as a season – the colours changing, the wintry tang in the air, the birds flocking to the bird table and the glorious winter sunsets we get in my part of the world. 

The downside is the fact we appear to get busier than at almost any other time of year!  There is so much to do – and especially at the moment with all the consultations from government around curricula, reading and school buildings, as well as trying to plan a hard-hitting campaign around school libraries and schools library services.  Then there are all the planning cycles to start again for the next round of our awards, and the annual strategic cycle to start evaluating and developing for the next round.  And that doesn’t include the day-to-day contact with members, asking for advice or wanting a chat about their individual situation.  Rather than turning the clocks back and seeming to make the days shorter – or certainly darker – I do wonder if we should try and add an extra hour into the day!

So here are some of the reminders and heads up that you may like to be aware of:

Do keep in touch!

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