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Save Wimbledon Library

Petition Against Proposed "Change of Use" to Wimbledon Library

I/We, the undersigned, oppose the "Change of Use" proposed by Merton Council to the Wimbledon Library/Marlborough Hall site, and ask for the site to be removed from the Sites and Policies Plan. The library was donated for public use a hundred years ago and it is our strong belief that any proposed development of this site must remain exclusively for the benefit of the community and move towards rectifying the progressive loss of community amenities in Wimbledon - most recently exemplified by the closure of the Wimbledon Community Centre.

(Please also sign petition on Merton Council's website: http://petitions.merton.gov.uk/epetition_core/community/petition/52 )

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