Many thanks to Sydenham Community Radio who reported, conducted interviews and supported us at the Read-in at Sydenham Library.
More than 100 people turned out at Saturday 5th February to support an event as part of ‘Save Our Libraries Day’. This event, like many others held around the country, was a chance for those who use and care about our public library to celebrate it and demonstrate the value of arts in the community. It hoped to raise awareness of the effect that budget cuts could have on many library services.
Gareth Harries attended the ‘read-in’ for Sydenham Community Radio and spoke to some of the people in attendance. The event was arranged by Louise Brooks, organiser of the Save Sydenham Library campaign. She has used a library at different times in her life; as a youngster, a student and now, as a Mum and she described them as the ‘fabric of our society’.
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