Design it, make it, sell it…from a FabLab / Makerspace in Worthing Library.
The library has an underused lecture theatre. Use it more!
Pharmacy in the library - generates income through rent and encourages footfall
Spark creativity in the library, inspired by it's resources.
Play, stay and eat in the children's section.
Coffee Shop in the library.
Jubilee Library in Brighton is a humming space which welcomes people of all ages
Free higher education for retired or working people who missed out on university
An internet search engine that allows people donate to charity as they search
Help people become more confident in a language
Small pods suitable for up to 5 people to meet.
Filmmaking to support literacy and personal development for students.
Wellbeing advice, info &sign-up inc NHS Healthcheck service. Bookclub venue.
Loose the dated, silent Library and make it welcoming
Single people meet like minded people in the library
Giving people the opportunity to discuss life and faith in a neutral space
A place where people can check out objects -- tools, games, instruments, etc.
Offer space/time/tutors for GCSE and A level students for extra tuition
Space given for residents to enjoy a coffee, socialise and link in with services
West Sussex County Council is partnering with FutureGov to host a day-long re-imagining of how Worthing Library could offer even more to our local residents. This isn't about buying new books or opening on Sundays -- it's about generating ideas for how the local community can do new and interesting things with everything the library has to offer.
As residents of Worthing, you know better than anyone how we can best use Worthing Library as a public space and to provide a high quality customer experience.
Tell us your idea for how the library could help by posting it here. Describe it in any way you like, but try to include the following:
1) What issue would your idea solve?
2) What role can the library play in solving the issue? For example, is it about physical space? Providing services for particular users? Acting as a community organiser?
3) Who would benefit from your idea and why?
So, what happens next? Your ideas will serve as the basis for the whole day, guiding teams on where to focus their brainpower. And if you don’t have an idea right now, don’t worry! You’ll have the opportunity on 14th May to pitch your idea or join someone else’s team.
Please submit your idea by 23rd April 2016, or pitch it at the event on 14th May. If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.