Temporary library moves again

Jane Pickard at The Old Library  opposite St Luke’s

Jane Pickard at The Old Library opposite St Luke’s

Whilst the main library remain close for repairs the  temporary library is  moving  on Thursday 1st March to The Old Library at Knights Hill SE27 0HY and will now be open on Saturdays.

At least for the next month the opening hours will be:

  • Monday 10am to 4pm
  • Wednesday 10am to 5pm
  • Thursday 10am to 1pm
  • Friday 10am to 12.30pm
  • Saturday 10am to 5pm.

More information on the council’s borough-wide libraries consultation on the future of libraries and an online survey form are available here.

Local residents supporting the re-opening of West Norwood Library .

Local residents supporting the re-opening of West Norwood Library .

The council has also organised  public meetings on the library proposals – all welcome :

at  6pm on Thursday 8th March at Elmgreen School, Elm Court Road SE27 9BZ, near Tulse Hill station,

at  The Old Library, Knights Hill  SE27 0HY at 7pm on   Wednesday 21st March

Local residents supporting the re-opening of West Norwood Library .

at The Old Library Knights Hill SE27 0HY  at   10am  on Thursday 29 March.

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Filed under Community / voluntary, Lambeth Council, Leisure

2 responses to “Temporary library moves again

  1. Open on Saturday, but closed on Sunday and Tuesday, and only a tiny bit open on Thursday and Friday. The long term answer is to re-open the library centre and Nettlefold surely?

  2. There is a well founded rumour circulating that the management of the Old Library Centre is out for ‘expressions of interest’ can anyone from the council confirm this? Don’t suppose you would confirm or deny that the Library service itself has expressed an interest?

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