The library’s public forum is back – after a nine-month break

The library public forums at Tate South Lambeth Library are an opportunity for the general public  to hear from management what’s happening at the library and what’s planned. And to present  suggestions, complaints – or even praise.

The forums have in the past taken place at three-monthly intervals. But none has been held since February this year.  The gap is down to a combination of events – the “purdah” on policy statements in the run-up to the Council elections in May, the departure of the library manager in July, and the delay in appointing a new manager.

Although the latter problem is not yet sorted out, the public forum at TSL is due to  resume in November, with Susanna Barnes, the head of the library service, and Colette Townend, the TSL librarian.

The place is Tate South Lambeth Library.

The date is Saturday November 17th .

The time is 2-4pm.

The invitation is to everyone.

 

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