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Rudi's Save Our Libraries Campaign
Ugly rumours are circulating that the magnificent, purpose-built, Women's Library at London Metropolitan University may have its opening hours and facilities drastically curtailed to perhaps one day a week at the best. Such hours would not be befitting a Library of this stature. It has a staff of unparalled knowledge, expertise, helpfulness and warmth. This Library is one of the most magnificent specialist libraries in the world, having started life as the Fawcett Library in a poky, cramped, dark basement in Calcutta House, in Old Catle Street. With money from the Lottery it has become something that previously women - and men - could only have dreamed of. Women have visited from all over not just Britain, but the world. It is a national asset. Whatever the University's problems - which we hope will be resolved - under no circumstances should the Women's Library suffer in any way. Please join, and PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE pass this onto your friends.
You can find a Group to join on my Facebook page.
UPDATE - The Women’s Library is very grateful to Rudi for the work done on this petition, which has already gained tremendous support. We would like to keep all of our supporters updated as the campaign develops, which we will do through our Facebook page
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