Please do not sign the lease of North Kensington Library offered by RBKC Council.

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Geoff Davis
4 years ago
It is a community asset and should remain that way. Rich kids school, no thanks!

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Ben Mayers
4 years ago
The divide between rich and poor is brutal in K&C. Your school symbolises this. Please help start the healing of this scar on us all by respecting the wishes of your community.

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Jenny Clarkin
4 years ago
Libraries are more important than private schools

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Charlotte Creed
4 years ago
It serves its purpose well as it is. As it has for decades.

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Phillip Edwards
4 years ago
I'm originally from Hackney North, So from London it seems to me all local facilities are closing down, which was once such a wonderful city, it is now increasingly becoming a shell!!

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Judy Bolton
4 years ago
This community needs the library. It is the hub of our area. It's been taken from US and it is the main library in the area. So tired of this gentrification...

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K L Brown
4 years ago
I'm signing as it is crucial that the council understands that the library is PUBLIC and previously receiving over 3,000 signatures mean that the public do not consent to this. Please do not accept the council's offer.

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Jeffrey Doorn
4 years ago
Libraries belong to the community and must be open to all; they are not real estate for disposal. Councils are only temporary custodians.

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Aisha Hennessy
4 years ago
The private school can go and lease a gouse somewhete not a public building. The council is leasing iff public land to fill up fat cat councillors pockets!

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Adrienne Grierson
4 years ago
It belongs to all the people. Stop neoliberalism.