Croydon's Libraries Under Threat!

Croydon’s Labour Council has revealed plans to close at least 5 of our libraries across the borough.

Residents and families across the borough, in Bradmore Green, Broad Green, Sanderstead, Shirley and South Norwood, rely on these vital community facilities.

Losing access to their libraries will deprive residents across the community, including the elderly and most vulnerable who often use and rely on them the most!

Save our Libraries!

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We, the undersigned, demand that our libraries are protected for all to enjoy and use.


Another Library consultation

Croydon residents are being urged to have their say on three detailed options put forward by the council to adapt the borough’s library service.

Labour's Budget means a broken promise on local libraries

This years Council budget is very grim reading, over 6 years of financial mismanagement has resulted in merging, cutting, and reducing council services across the board, including vitally important frontline services such as the protection and investment in our library provision across the boroug

Library Consultation on Bradmore Green library

Tonights Library consultation on the webinar unfortunately did not give many answers especially on costs and when it got to my question in what cost had been added in to keep Bradmore open run by volunteers the meeting had to come to an abrupt end!

Sanderstead Library Consultation - Tonight

Our library service is about so much more than buildings and books. Libraries provide an opportunity for communities to come together and are often the one place that one can go to spend time without it costing any money.

Croydon Library Consultation

Croydon Council has launched an Online Public Consultation on the future of our fantastic Libraries across the borough, the first stage will close on the 14th March 2021.

Shirley library: respond to consultation

Croydon council is bankrupt.  Since 2014, the local Labour Party has consistently failed to balance the books and make necessary savings.  As a result, a range of cuts will be unleashed on local services.


Residents and families across the borough in Bradmore Green, Broad Green, Sanderstead, Shirley, and South Norwood rely and need easy access to their Libraries.