Slightly behind schedule (Lambeth library managers are up to their ears in work) the next library public forum at TSL will be held on Saturday February 17th at 2-4pm.
This is an opportunity for the general public to hear, face to face, the current situation (at Tate South Lambeth and in Lambeth libraries overall) and plans for TSL, with reports from the head of the library service, Susanna Barnes, and TSL’s manager, Dale Arndell.
It’s also a chance to ask questions and make proposals for the service at this library.
Friends of TSL will be asking:
- what is the progress on repairing the collapsed drain which has kept the public lavatory at TSL out of use for six years?
- what is the state of play on the – very modest –capital spending programme planned for TSL?
- what decision has been reached on the proposal – put forward by Friends of TSL – for a multilingual reading machine ( for the visually impaired and those with dyslexia)?
Come along and join in – everyone is welcome.