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6 Jan 2011
Brent Fightback:BRENT COUNCIL LIBRARIES TRANSFORMATION PROJECT
The Save Kensal Rise Library facebook group is at:
There is a national campaign to defend libraries, the Campaign for the Book, supported by a number of authors, teachers, librarians and people who love books and appreciate libraries. It spreads news about campaigns and attached is a document suggesting co-ordinated action on February 5th.
Brent Fightback supports keeping ALL our libraries open. Once closed, they are gone for ever. We hope that, while pursuing their local campaigns, the libraries campaigners will unite and will become part of our broader campaign to defend jobs, services, pensions, benefits and the environment.
BRENT COUNCIL LIBRARIES TRANSFORMATION PROJECT
Consultation on proposals to close six of Brent’s twelve libraries and transform the remainder into “community hubs”
Dates of forthcoming meetings & open days
Thursday 6th January 6.30 pm PUBLIC MEETING BRENT TOWN HALL
Wednesday 12th January OPEN DAY 10.30 am – 1.00 pm & 2.30 – 5.00 pm WILLESDEN GREEN LIBRARY CENTRE
LOCAL AREA FORUMS
Tuesday January 11th 7.00 pm HARLESDEN ALL SOULS CHURCH
Wednesday 12th January 7.00 pm KILBURN & KENSAL RISE QUEENS PARK COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Tuesday 18th January 7.00 pm WEMBLEY AREA PATIDAR HOUSE
Wednesday 19th January 7.00 pm WILLESDEN AREA COLLEGE OF NW LONDON, DUDDEN HILL LANE
Wednesday 9th February 7.00 pm KINGSBURY & KENTON AREA KINGSBURY HIGH SCHOOL
Consultation documents and a questionnaire are available on the website www.brent.gov.uk/consultation
Cllr Ann John, the Labour leader of Brent Council has announced that she and Cllr Mohammed Butt, the deputy leader will be attending the local area forums listed above to "discuss" the cuts in general as well as the proposals for the libaries. It is important that Brent Fightback has a good presence at these meetings and that we