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June 21, 2016, 1 Comment

As Lambeth council mounts a brief exhibition about the future of its Carnegie library, Megan Roberts, whose earlier posts on the Blog about Lambeth libraries moved many readers, reflects on […]

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Drive towards better savings

June 1, 2016, No comments

Jon Taylor, manager of the Christians against Poverty (CAP) Debt Centre Brixton, offers some hints and tips to free up some cash. Call 0800 328 0006 ...

Jon Taylor speaking at launch of CAP debt service

Save money and start planning your summer staycation

April 28, 2016, No comments

Jon Taylor, manager of the Christians against Poverty (CAP) Debt Centre Brixton, offers some hints and tips to free up some cash. Call 0800 328 0006 ...

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A sense of belonging in Loughborough Junction

March 20, 2016, 1 Comment

  Claire, a Loughborough Junction resident, explains the human cost of public sector cuts I have a wonderful life but I also suffer mild anxiety ...

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    Carnegie Library – the issues
    March 14, 2016, 5 Comments

    Megan Roberts addresses a letter to councillors and the community about the imminent closure of Carnegie library Dear Editor, I’ve continued to mull on the impossibility of Lambeth’s plans to […]

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    Ode to Carnegie Library
    March 8, 2016, 1 Comment

    What will Feets and I do if it’s a gym? Megan Roberts on why a library is so much more than a shelf of books We are a few weeks […]

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    Burning calories, burning books
    December 28, 2015, 1 Comment

    Leonie Rousham‘s take on the Lambeth library controversy in words and images Burning calories is all very well, but burning books has horrendous historical precedents. This sums up why Lambeth […]

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    COMMENT: Immigration – let’s hear it for the pioneers
    December 10, 2015, Comments Off on COMMENT: Immigration – let’s hear it for the pioneers

    By Temi Ogunye This week sees the 50th anniversary of the Race Relations Act 1965 which made racial discrimination unlawful in the wake of the overt and casual prejudice experienced by […]