"Hello Philippe. From what I remember we were told the meter readings were due to start at the end of this month, and we would receive them every month from then onwards. As for a key I don't know any resident who has one, and I…"
Would anyone know what is going on with the meter readings on the estate? a form was circulated so the staff would read the meters every month, but nothing seems to have happened. Would anyone have a key to the meter cupboard so I could take a reading? Thanks.See More
On government advice, we had to close all our libraries from 5th November – 2nd December and we have extended the due dates for all items on loan until 11 January 2021. However, the regulations around closure have been published and there are certain exemptions and services that our libraries will be able to offer during this period. Government advice is very clear about staying away from public transport but if you can walk or cycle to our libraries, we shall be offering the following services…See More
We're celebrating National Storytelling Week!Join us and share your 3-5 minute true story. Stories might be about memories we keep to ourselves, deeds we've done, or anything in between. As long as these are your stories to tell, we want to hear it. Have a story to share? firstname.lastname@example.org sign up in the library for your under 5-minute (2-4 pages A4) open-mic slot! Don’t want to tell your story yourself? Our host can…See More
Building on the success of the Dragon Café at Shoe Lane Library, Barbican Library will be hosting a half day event. Between 3pm-7pm a variety of free sessions will be on offer to anyone who is experiencing stress and/or anxiety, or who is simply looking for a break from work or home life pressures. It’s free to visit and we’ll be hosting a range of activities, events and workshops aimed at promoting mental wellbeing. Please come along you can stay as little or as long as you like!See More