Notes of meeting – Croydon Libraries – April 2016

Thanks to everyone who attended our meeting in central Croydon on Tuesday 26 April  2016.

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Notices and notes of meeting

There were no notices given at the meeting as this meeting was specific to Croydon libraries and the current libraries survey. Information leaflets were available with copies to take away.

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Thank you to those who brought along food items to donation to the Croydon Refugee Centre. 

Screen Shot 2016-05-12 at 00.40.37The notes of meeting were agreed with those attending before posting.  

You can access them here: Notes_librariesmeeting_26April2016

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The leaflet made available on the night can be found, here: Save Croydon Libraries flyer v2. This version reflects the extended deadline confirmed after the meeting, which is 16 May 2016.

As with all our meetings, if you have any feedback on this meeting or our activities we’d welcome hearing from you.

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Next public meeting

We are hoping to hold our next public meeting in New Addington in June, with the AGM in July.

Please watch our website for details of this and future meetings, and book a free place via Eventbrite at 

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One thought on “Notes of meeting – Croydon Libraries – April 2016

  1. Pingback: Croydon’s Library Consultation Ends Monday 16 May | History & Social Action News and Events

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