Preston Community Library NOW OPEN

Founder Jacqueline Bunce-Linsell with fellow trustee Simon Gurevitz open the latest venue for our wandering library on October 13 2012 with a marathon reading of Alice in Wonderland:

There are more than 2000 books for you (700 in the reading room itself). To join, take some photo ID and a household bill along to collect your membership card and borrow books.

Opening hours: Sunday: 10 am – 1pm and Thursday: 2pm – 4.30pm

Volunteers for cataloguing and general activities always welcome, as are donations.

Preston Community Library was set up as a Charitable Company, and has now been awarded Charitable Status. Donations are most welcome.

PARKING IN PRESTON ROAD IS FREE ON A SUNDAY provided it is not an event day at the Stadium***

The success of the reading and lending room is dependent on sufficient funding and volunteers willing to give their time. Any offers of help in particular and donations of money will be gratefully received.

Enquiries: Preston Community Library

Council to spend £5 million on thousands of iPhones and iPads

While we lose vital services just to save £400,000, 10 times as much has been spent on the latest Apple devices…



Brent Council is spending £5million on up to 3,000 iPads and iPhones in time for the move to the new Civic Centre next year.

By Hannah Bewley, Wembley Observer. Read more here.