Labour Councillors have established a Libraries Commission to look at the future of library services in Lambeth, folllowing the unprecedented cuts to the council's budget by the government. We are asking local people to tell us what they want from their local libraries and how we can ensure they meet the needs of the community and can be sustained for the long term.
As part of this discussion there will be an “open space” session on Tuesday 14 June in which participants will be able to set the meeting’s agenda.
All your ideas will be fed into the Library Commission. This is a group of councillors and independent people with an interest in libraries. They will use your comments and ideas in order to draw up a set of proposals. The proposals will go to the Lambeth Council Cabinet for them to consider in October 2011.
Tuesday 14 June 2011, 6.30 to 9.30pm at the Assembly Hall in Lambeth Town Hall, Brixton SW2
Text: 07772 103 628 Call: 0800 013 1497 or 020 7926 6397
To tell the commission what you think about the future of libraries in Lambeth, visit Lambeth's libraries consultation page.