Friends of TSL has used the proceeds of the book sale held on June 21st to buy toys for the two very popular toddlers and carers sessions held at the library each Wednesday during term time. We took expert advice on what to buy – the list given by staff from the St Stephen’s Children’s Centre who run these sessions.
The reaction from the children has been very positive.
July 12th saw the regular (quarterly) library public forum – the face-to-face meeting of library managers and local people, where the library’s plans are set out and its performance is held up for scrutiny by the general public.
There was some progress to report since the last forum, but very little information was offered on spending, either actual or planned. This has prompted concern about Lambeth Council’s commitment to this library –and questions about the usefulness of the forum. Continue reading »
June 2014 saw the first three sessions of a programme organised by Tate South Lambeth manager Maria Kwofie, where local people have shared their memories and experiences during World War II with children from local primary schools. This response has been very positive – on both sides. The panel of up to nine local “veterans” has [...]
Saturday July 12th is the date of the next library public forum at Tate South Lambeth – the face-to-face meeting of library managers and local people, held every three months, where the library’s plans are set out and its performance is held up to scrutiny by the general public. Here are the main questions that [...]
Art by pupils from Year 7 and Year 8 at Platanos College. Year 7 pupils, inspired by the work of Henri Douanier Rousseau, express their own concept of “jungles”. Year 8 pupils depict their own mythical monster, drawing on Lewis Carroll’s poem Jabberwocky and the work of Maurice Sendak.
Monday 7th July 2014 7pm (doors open 6.30pm) Peregrine Bryant will describe his recently completed house in Dorset Road, built on a small vacant plot purchased from Lambeth Council. Peregrine Bryant is a senior partner of an architectural practice in Fulham specialising in works of repair and alteration to historic buildings. The major project in [...]
Saturday June 21st is the date for another book sale by Friends to raise funds for equipment and materials to support the library’s services. Our book sales are a great way for you to show support for the library by – donating books (drop them off at the library desk in a bag or box [...]
Friends of TSL held their 2014 annual general meeting, at the library, on May 21st. The chairman’s annual report highlighted Friends’ support for and involvement in the quarterly public library forums that began in April 2013. At these forums local people can find out what is happening at the library and what is planned, put [...]
Monday, 9th June, 7pm (doors open 6.30pm) Lyn Robbins is a qualified crystal healer and trained with the Institute of Crystal Healers and did a degree diploma with the open college network. She will talk about the use of crystals to enhance one’s life and well-being, and everyday uses for the crystals. She will include angel [...]
On Wednesday May 21st Friends of Tate South Lambeth Library will be holding its annual general meeting at the library, starting at 7pm. We start off with the usual “official” items: reports by the chairman and the treasurer for the past year (2013/14), followed by elections to next year’s committee. Then we have the extras [...]
A library public forum was held at Tate South Lambeth Library on April 12th. This is the face-to-face meeting of library managers and local people, held every three months, where the library’s plans are set out and its performance is held up to scrutiny by the general public. Major questions- raised at previous sessions of the [...]
Artwork from all the classes – nursery through to year 5 – at the primary school in Hartington Road SW8. The exhibition includes three-dimensional work arising from a project in cooperation with the Our Hut organisation at the New Covent Garden flower market.
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