Libraries event and AGM – 29 JUNE, 2013

HURRY!

Library Campaign members get priority booking, as places are limited, but anyone is welcome to attend.

TLC AGM final

MEET Brian Ashley, the new libraries director at Arts Council England (ACE).

The Library Campaign welcome the opportunity to work with ACE to protect library services.

JOIN the Q & A session led by prominent library campaigners including Ian Anstice, Desmond Clarke, Trevor Craig, Alan Wylie – and you!

Venue:

University of London Union, Malet Street, London WC1E 7H

Meeting: 2-4.30pm

AGM (members only): 4.30-5.15pm

Travel details

Northern Line: Euston, Warren Street, Goodge Street stations.
Piccadilly Line: Russell Square station.
Victoria Line: Euston and Warren Street stations.
Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City Lines: Euston Square station.
Buses: Gower Street (10, 24, 29, 73, 134, 390); Euston Road (18, 30, 91, 205, 253, 476); Woburn Place/Southampton Row (59, 68, 91, 168,188).

Places are limited!

Priority will be given to members of The Library Campaign, but all are welcome to book.

Email the secretary, Elizabeth, on thelibrarycampaign@gmail.com to book a place or call  020 8651 9552.

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