Visit numbers at TSL have doubled in just two years

The latest figures for library performance, from Lambeth Council, show that visits to Tate South Lambeth Library have risen from 93,592 on 2014 to 180,623 in 2016.

That’s a doubling in numbers in just two years (well, just a bit under – a rise of 93%) –  an amazing increase.

We all know why – the enormous rise in the number and frequency of activities at the library, under the leadership of our manager, Maria Kwofie, supported by the hard work and commitment of the library team and local volunteers.

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2 Responses to Visit numbers at TSL have doubled in just two years

  1. Daphne De Souza says:

    That’s amazing. What wonderful news. Congratulations to you all.

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