Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Friern Barnet library: walk to the library week and Saturday party

This week campaigners to keep Friern Barnet library open have organised a programme of events for children, after 3pm each day, including crafts and reading sessions. They're calling it "Walk to the Library Week". And on this Saturday 16 July they're having a party from 2-4pm.

Read more about the campaign on the Save Friern Barnet library blog.

Download their wonderful poster via the Barnet Alliance for Public Services blog here.

2 comments:

Don't Call Me Dave said...

As I have said on another blog, why are you scaremongering about library closures? Don’t you realise that when Richard Cornelius decided to stand as a councillor, it was because of a decision taken by the Tory group to close Totteridge library. He knew that closing libraries was the wrong thing to do.

Well Richard Cornelius is now leader of the council. He couldn’t possibly allow libraries to close under his watch, otherwise we would be entitled to call him a sanctimonious hypocrite.

vickim57 said...

You make a good point, DCMD, I'm sure Richard Cornelius isn't a sanctimonious hypocrite...