Meeting seeks views on use for revamped Tudor Hall in Streatham
1:04pm Wednesday 30th October 2013 in News
Streatham residents are being asked what they want from a re-developed community space behind the Tate Library on Streatham High Road.
Now empty, Tudor Hall in Pinfold Road was until recently used as a computer training centre.
Alongside the refurbishment of the library, the hall is being revamped to provide an arts and community space, and current plans are for this to share a new, fully-accessible entrance with the library.
Volunteers in the Friends of Streatham Library (FoSL) have organised a meeting from 6.30-8.30 this evening Wednesday 30 October in Gracefield Gardens, the home of Streatham’s temporary library.
“This is our chance to tell Lambeth what we want from our new community space in Streatham and how we want it to look”, said FoSL member Bridged Hall. Questions the meeting will need to look at include:
• What resources does it need?
• When should it be open?
• How much should it cost to hire?
• Who should be using it?
“Please come along and then we can make sure that this is the space we have all been asking for forever!”, added Bridged Hall.
Based on information supplied by Tim Barnsley.
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