A proposal by Lewisham Council to shut Sydenham Library in Home Park next April, has been met with loud and noisy opposition by locals. Even local dogs are yelping in protest!
The library – one of five Lewisham libraries faced with closure – has over 66,000 visitors per year, despite the fact that it is open only four days per week. The library is used by four local primary schools and local community organisations plus mother and toddlers’ groups.
This Saturday’s meeting of the Sydenham Assembly – 11am, Grove Centre, Jews Walk – will discuss the closure plans.
For more details about the Save Sydenham Library Campaign contact Anthony Scully on 0750 8467 659 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sir Steve Bullock
Mayor of Lewisham
London SE6 4RU
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