Have you got ideas or suggestions for our libraries?
Have you got ideas or suggestions for your library and its building?
Come along to a community conversation to talk about ideas for your local library. If you have ideas bring them along – they could be small ideas that could be started quickly, or bigger ideas which will make a significant difference to how a library service is provided into the future.
Many of Bristol’s libraries have regular activities taking place each week, this can include craft, children and adult reading groups, children’s activities, coding for kids, and hire of rooms for local activity providers to run activities such as Yoga. Are there community-led activities you think would work well?
Ideas could also include extending the service and use of buildings, and looking at other services that could be run alongside the library. All ideas are welcome. Events take place between January and March 2019, and are listed below. You can book onto an event by visiting www.bristol.gov.uk/libraryideas
If you can’t make a meeting but have an idea you would like the council to consider you can submit your idea online by following the link above.
Tuesday 12 February 10am-12noon
Tuesday 12 February 6-8pm
Libraries being discussed: Central, Clifton, Redland, Bishopston and St Pauls
Tuesday 26 February 10am-12noon
Saturday 2 March 10am-12noon
Libraries being discussed: Knowle, Wick Road, Stockwood, Filwood, Marksbury
Wednesday 6 March 10am-12noon
Saturday 9 March 10am-12noon
Libraries being discussed: Southmead, Westbury, Henleaze, Horfield, Lockleaze
Please visit www.bristol.gov.uk/libraryideas to book or visit your local library for help
with your booking.