The Struggle continues in Acton to save the old library on Acton High Road

The struggle continues in Acton. Be a part of the Acton revolution!

A proactive team have taken to the streets in Acton looking for the community to join them in their efforts to save the old library on Acton High Road. The aim is for the vacant library to be transformed into an art centre open to the community – saving it from being turned into apartments.

Glynne Steele, project coordinator says: “Julie and I have made it our mission to raise the profile of this cause and to ensure we save the library to make it the hub of Acton as we have some wonderful ideas that will allow everyone to enjoy this fantastic building.”

David Diggins, Managing Director of Paul Alexander says: “This movement is very exciting and I believe it will add a wonderful atmosphere to Acton High Street; it will be brimming with possibilities for the youth, and the entire community in West London. We should all stand together and support proactive individuals like Glynne and Julie.”

The Old Library is set to house a rooftop cinema, a deli, an art centre, a gallery, hot-desking for professionals on the move and much more! But, for this revolution to happen, your help is needed! The final part of the bid is about demonstrating clear community support. Paul Alexander are encouraging everyone to take a moment to complete the online survey in order to help The Old Library Acton Arts Centre reach their target of 2,500 responses.

For more information, phone Glynne or Julie on 07974 090 231. To complete the survey, visit Alternatively, follow the progress on Facebook: or Twitter: @ PaulAlexanderUK

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