Come and find out about volunteering at the Tate South Lambeth Library

north-lambeth-time-bankOur Volunteering at Tate South Lambeth Library event takes place from 3-5pm on Tuesday 29th January 2013 at the library ((180 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1QP)

The event will offer you an opportunity to find more about how you can become involved in helping and supporting the local community through the library and answer any questions that you may have in relation to Time Banking and what it means to be a volunteer at the Tate South Lambeth Library.

North Lambeth Time Bank is a community volunteering group founded in 2012. They offer a range of arts, crafts, textiles, upcycling, gardening, carpentry and beekeeping opportunities in and for the Lambeth community with a space to share and exchange skills. They believe that everyone has something to give, regardless of their background, health status or education.

http://www.facebook.com/northlambethtimebank
http://www.twitter.com/NLTimeBank

The Tate South Lambeth library is currently looking for volunteers who would be interested in helping the service in the following ways:

  • helping with the annual library customer survey in February
  • supporting staff with running events
  • supporting with IT expertise such as social media skills
  • distributing publicity and promoting the library
  • helping other volunteers in the library who are with Time Bank
  • supporting staff with setting up an annual book sale

A follow up Tradescant Retreat Library Garden Mosaic-Making session run by North Lambeth Time Bank will be held on Saturday, 13th April 2013 (timings tbc).

If you would like to sign up for any of the above volunteers roles, please speak to Pauline Edole, library manager at the Tate South Lambeth Library, telephone 020 7926 0705 or email PEdole@lambeth.gov.uk

Volunteering at Tate South Lambeth Library event
3-5pm, Tuesday 29th January 2013
Tate South Lambeth Library, 180 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1QP

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