Wednesday, 9 September 2015

What to attend this Saturday? Refugees welcome, children's march for libraries, open garden, library opening...

This Saturday there are so many different things happening locally and in London that I for one will be very divided about what to attend. Here are some of the events:

Assemble at noon at Marble Arch for march to Downing Street where there will be a rally at 2pm.

Barnet Council is proposing to cut the five libraries with the greatest growth in kids' fiction borrowing. None of these libraries costs more than £150k to run each year and are vital to people of all ages but especially children who are using them more than ever with an average increase of 20% in children and teen fiction borrowing over the last five years. Come to the Children's March for Libraries with your kids and let your voices be heard that you need your local library! Church End to North Finchley with a brass band & big red bus! Paint a poster! Make a placard! Come in fancy dress! Tell those politicians why YOU NEED YOUR LIBRARY. Also write to the head of the Library Committee and remind him he needs to keep your local library for your sake and the sake of your children. Write to him at:

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