Labour opens the Una Marson Library

Photo courtesy of Southwark Council

Last week the council opened it’s 6th new Library since 2010. Named after Una Marson, a treasured Southwark heroine hailed for her contributions to the literary world and as the first Black woman programme maker at the BBC, the library’s name was selected by the local community to honour Southwark’s rich cultural heritage. The library will serve the whole community, being a place to relax, learn, meet and be inspired.

Read the BBC story here

Listen to Cllr Kieron Williams BBC London interview, starting at 2:38:18

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