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Wednesday, 13 February 2013

£836k secured for the Durning Library

In case you missed it, just before Christmas Lambeth Council announced excellent news of significant investment into library buildings.

Durning Library is one of the biggest winners, with £836 000 allocated to pay for 'refurbishment to address essential health and safety improvements to the roof, brickwork, electrics and other repairs'.

The full details of the investment programme are here.

Unlike many other councils, Lambeth has committed to keeping open all 10 libraries in the borough, and investing in them to bring them into the 21st century.

In addition, we're working to turn our libraries into model 'cooperative' services. Today the Friends of the Durning Library and the library staff held an open day to show how local organisations can become more involved. To find out more, and to join the Friends, just pop into the library.

Pictured: Local councillors Steve, Lorna and Mark have always been completely committed to Durning Library, and fought hard to secure the recent investment

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