Worthing Library's future to be explored

People in Worthing are being asked how they want the town's central library to work in future.

Wednesday, 6th April 2016, 2:19 pm
Updated Wednesday, 6th April 2016, 2:21 pm
Worthing Library

The aim is to generate ideas for how the community can do new and interesting things alongside everything the library already has to offer.

Hack the Library is being organised at Worthing Library on Saturday, May 14, by West Sussex County Council, supported by FutureGov, the digital and design company for public services.

The free, day-long event will allow residents aged 14 and over, entrepreneurs and designers to re-imagine how the library, in Richmond Road, could be used to offer more to the community and to enhance the customer service on offer.

Participants will move from ideas to research and design, ending with a pitch to a Dragon’s Den style panel of judges.

Food and drink will be supplied and there will be a prize for the best idea. Click here to book

In advance of the event, ideas can be uploaded to FutureGov for feedback.

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