Throughout the year, RBKC libraries welcome a number of volunteers and work experience students from neighbouring secondary schools. For many, it can be their first introduction to the world of work and for us, it’s a great opportunity to reintroduce them to the library service and the vast range of services we now offer.
What do you like about your library? Well, we had plenty of responses to this question on National Libraries Day, Saturday 8th February, and they were all inspiring: interesting, heart-warming and fun in equal measures!
Books featured quite heavily:
This is where our baby got a passion for books! Thank you.
(I love) Having access to such an astonishing number of wonderful books!
A fantastic place to bring my children, great books
A whole new world of interest in places and stories found in the books.
And so did the staff:
Enjoyable, quiet, and the staff are really helpful
I like this library because the staff are polite
We love the library, libraries have the best books & lovely staff. Keep it going.
Would hate to be without it – and thanks to the splendid librarians!
And some more thought provoking ones:
Basic human rights! To read, to learn, to use your imagination, to be entertained, to save paper…for free!
A place to learn and feel safe and warm without fear.
Access to knowledge and to life.
Libraries have been a part of my life since childhood
Comments on particular resources:
A huge amount- great selection of all types of books together with a fashion reference library upstairs!
Access to online resources.
Computers & Fantastic resources
And of course everyone loves Baby Rhme Time!
This Library is my daughter’s favourite place. Baby Rhyme Time is so much fun! Many thanks for everything!!
Thank you very much Adrian for all the songs & stories
We love Baby Rhyme Time keep the good work up
Great Baby Rhyme Time here at the library!
Joy, joy, joy, joy!
There were far too many to mention all in one blog post but thank you everyone for contributing!