Library Local Champions

Library Local Champions

One of the best aspects of getting the library back up and running again is how many lovely, supportive and community-minded local businesses we have met. This page will feature a few of the businesses who have really got behind us and who have the interests of our community at heart. A big thanks to you all. If we haven’t got round to featuring YOUR business yet, please get in touch and we’ll be over in a jiffy!

Cricklewood Coffee

Cricklewood Coffee serves ethical sourced coffee that they roast themselves and freshly grind through a traditional manual lever machine. This makes one of the best tasting take away coffees you can get in North West London. James got in contact to offer to donate 50p for every bag of his new Cricklewood Blend ground coffee […]

Living Spring Montessori Nursery

Sade Biobaku-Odusanya founded Living Spring Montessori in September 2004. As a working parent, she was unable to find a good Montessori nursery with opening hours to meet the needs of her family and those of other working families in the neighbourhood at the time. Sade and her husband Idong have two sons who both attended […]

The Daisy Chain

The lovely people at The Daisy Chain are longstanding supporters. Heidi, who manages the shop, is a big supporter of libraries and literacy and she and her family were regular users of the library before it closed in 2011. She is very keen to see it reopen again soon! Recently we were allowed to use […]

Beacon Bingo

Beacon Bingo on Cricklewood Broadway are happy to be supporting our fundraising efforts. They are leafleting their customers and encouraging donations right up until the deadline of 25 September. We have also had the very kind offer of the use of their premises for fundraising activities, which we’ll be doing towards the end of this […]