London Libraries is the London region of Libraries Connected and has membership of all 32 boroughs and the City of London. It works collaboratively to promote London’s public library network and delivers regional campaigns and annual events such as the London Libraries Festival ‘World of Possibilities’.
London has the largest public library network of any major world city. Over 8,000,000 Londoners have access to a network of 325 public libraries. Wherever you are in London you are never far from a public library.
London Libraries supports Libraries Connected’s vision regionally to provide an inclusive, modern, sustainable and high quality public library service at the heart of every community. It does this through promoting the value of libraries, brokering partnerships, sharing best practice and driving innovation in the sector.
Bringing together all of London’s libraries for Libraries Week, the Worlds of Possibilities Festival on October 12th 2019, will showcase the wider cultural impact that libraries have by delivering a range of FREE activities across the network of 325 public libraries.
What will your local library have in store for you on October 12th?
Renowned international musician, local boy and London Libraries Ambassador, John Wardle (Jah Wobble) is a strong support of public libraries.
“Libraries are an idea, and ideas are indestructible.”
Writer and comedian Viv Groskop has given her support to public libraries.
“Libraries are an immensely valuable public resource, a source of wisdom and reassurance.”
London has 325 public libraries across 33 boroughs. Click on each pin in the map to see the name and location of each library.
Visit Brent Libraries to learn more about the Library at Willesden Green https://www.brent.gov.uk/your-council/the-library-at-willesden-green/
London has 325 public libraries–more than any other city in the world. Our libraries serve millions of customers every year, in dozens of languages and hundreds of cultures.
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