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A Message From Kensal Rise Library Campaigners

Posted at 11:50AM Sunday 02 Dec 2012

All Souls College have made a revised offer to the Friends of Kensal Rise Library, on the 19th November, and there was a meeting with the College the following day to discuss the parameters that could enable a Community Library to reopen. A further meeting is scheduled next week to review the details of how a community library might coexist within Platinum Revolver's development plans for flats.

As soon as All Souls provides a final offer in writing a public meeting will be called so that the community can review the details and be part of the decision of what to accept.

Alan Gibbons

kilburntimes.co.uk




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