We’d like to invite you to an informal gathering so you can meet us, hear our ideas and share what you think.
January and February have been busy for us. We’ve been continuing our conversations with the Council and getting advice on everything from architecture to social enterprises.
As the Council’s decision on the future of Coventry libraries nears, we’re firming up our ideas about how to keep Earlsdon Library open and how we can work together with the Council to develop a sustainable solution for the community.
But we can’t do this alone – we need your ideas, enthusiasm and support. Come and join us for a drink:
Where: The Royal Oak, Earlsdon Street – in the back room off the courtyard
When: Wednesday 22 February, 7.30-9pm
(You can come in through the pub or through the side gate on Moor Street. Under 18s are welcome to attend but must not enter through the pub)
There will be no agenda or presentations on the night, just an opportunity to drop in and have a chat.
No need to RSVP, just turn up. You can help us by spreading the word though. We look forward to seeing you there.