Trustees to hold open meeting on Friern Barnet Community Library's future

Trustees are holding the open meeting to hear other people's views and ideas for the library

Trustees are holding the open meeting to hear other people's views and ideas for the library

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Trustees will hold an open meeting to discuss the way forward for a community library saved from closure last year.

Volunteers at the Friern Barnet Community Library are inviting the general public to speak to organisers and suggest their own ideas for the facility.

The library, in Friern Barnet Road, was closed by the council in 2012 with a view to being sold.

But following a six-month occupation of the building by squatters, it was handed to a group of trustees who have since run a community library with a weekly schedule of events.

On Monday, February 17, at 7pm, the team is holding its open meeting to discuss new ideas for the building, as well as reports from the trustees and fundraising team.

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