Carnegie-Crosby: A 3rd Space for the Community Regenerus, a regeneration charity based in south Sefton, has recently successfully tendered for a 21 year lease on a former Carnegie Library in Crosby, L23. Following consultation with the local community, we hope to re-open this Grade II listed building as a 3rd space for the community. […]
We are setting up a new supporters group – the Carnegie Crosby Collective – to help us further develop the project to turn this into a vibrant 3rd space for the community. Joining Carnegie Crosby Collective is a way to show your support for our plans AND your chance to contribute your ideas and take […]
plans to renovate the 1905-built former library. The idea is to revamp of the fabric of the building and create a ‘third space’ which will be used as the base for a range of activities that will benefit the local community. These could include a community information point, free-to-access computer facilities and a book exchange, […]
Crosby’s historic Carnegie Library is set for a new future as a community resource for local people. Following an open tender process Sefton Council has awarded a 21-year lease on the Grade II listed building to Bootle-based regeneration specialists Regenerus, the organisation responsible for bringing Antony Gormley’s Iron Men to the town. The bid was […]
Fingers crossed – we await the decision tomorrow from Sefton MBC on our hopes to take Carnegie Crosby into the future!
It’s been a busy summer, although we may have seemed a little quiet to you Our team of advisers, designers, surveyors and more have been busy doing important work that we needed to do to be sure that we can take on this beautiful building, restore it and run it in a sustainable way providing […]
Thank you again for joining us last tuesday 9th of june at the Plaza Community Cinema Crosby. For those who couldn’t attend or just want to see it again, here are the slides we screened. Don’t forget to fill in the survey which contains the questions from the presentation.
Following our Community Day we have been working hard on some design concepts. You’re invited to join us at the Plaza Community Cinema, Crosby Road North, Crosby next Tuesday 9th of june at 7pm for an update. Places are limited so please book yours by clicking on the invite:
Having seen our article in the local papers, the Liverpool Echo also picked up our good news story: