SubjectLeisure and culture
Newcastle City Council
Updated 21 days ago

Monthly computer usage figures by branch library from April 2008 to present. Additional information Given as a percentage of the total available time computers can be booked. BIPC is the Business & IP Centre based within the City Library. Blank means no data available. In 2020, all libraries closed from 19 March included due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Newcastle Libraries began to re-open...

Newcastle City Council
Updated 21 days ago

Monthly enquiry figures by branch library for April 2008 to present. Additional information In 2020, all libraries closed from 19 March included due to the coronavirus outbreak. Until 8 April 2018 an enquiry was defined as any question asked of library staff by a member of the public.What we record as an enquiry was first redefined in a narrower way on 9 April...

Newcastle City Council
Updated 21 days ago

Monthly usage figures for online resources including databases and e-book platforms when available, for January 2005 to present. Additional information Blank means no data available In 2020, all library buildings closed from 19 March included due to the coronavirus outbreak. Resources included : description {minimum dates of subscription} What the figure is 19th Century British Library Newspapers : digital newspaper archive...

Newcastle City Council
Updated a month ago

Monthly number of people visiting (entering) a library; by branch from April 2008 to present. We advise you to explore this data alongside our opening times data set, which shows changes in opening hours over the years.   Additional information Blank means no data available. In 2020, all libraries closed from 19 March included due to the coronavirus outbreak. Fenham Library: from end of August 2018 to...

Newcastle City Council
Updated a month ago

Monthly loan figures (number of items issued) by branch library for April 2008 to present.   Additional information An issue is any item issued from the library catalogue Blank means no data available In 2020, all libraries closed from 19 March included due to the coronavirus outbreak. The re-opening of our libraries remained inline with government restrictions from July 2020 and responsive to local need,...

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Newcastle City Council
Updated a month ago

Time each library opens and closes each day of the week. Data starts in 2004, with updated list every time the opening times of one library or more change. Note: some changes, especially in the earlier years of this dataset, may be missing.   Additional information Benwell reopened as West End Library 17/11/08. Gosforth closed in temporary accommodation 02/12/07 reopened 17/12/07. High Heaton closed 15/09/07 reopened as...

Newcastle City Council
Updated a month ago

Number of hours per week each library is open at 31st March of each year, starting in 2010.   Additional information Benwell reopened as West End Library 17/11/08. Gosforth closed in temporary accommodation 02/12/07 reopened 17/12/07. High Heaton closed 15/09/07 reopened as mobile 01/10/07 reopened as new library 22/09/08. Dinnington Library closed 01/07/13 and transferred to community control. Jesmond Library closed 01/07/13 and transferred to community control. Moorside...

Leeds City Council
Updated 3 months ago

There are 8 cameras located at various locations around the city centre monitoring numbers of people walking past. These cameras calculate numbers on an hourly basis. This data can help identify footfall trends in the city centre and helps city centre management. Recently the camera names have been changed to reflect clearly where they are located due to some location...

Leeds City Council
Updated 10 months ago

Data showing numbers of visitors to the Leeds Visitor Centre. Please note Jan-May 1995 figures are for Wellington Street centre, Gateway opened at the end of May June 2008 became Leeds Visitor Centre May 2013 started late nights Feb 2014 finished late nights Feb 2015 to Apr 2015 figures are estimates due to no electronic counters...

Newcastle City Council
Added 2 years ago

Monuments, structures or below ground archaeological sites that are identified as being of national significance are placed on a list or Schedule. If a monument is Scheduled , it means that permission is needed for any works to a monument including demolition, removing, repairing, tipping near to or altering in any way.

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