Levenshulme Old Library CIO is looking for a part time Finance and Operations Manager
Good with numbers? Passionate about creating a well run and efficient charity able to serve the people of Levenshulme and beyond? Interested in how arts and culture and community can improve lives? Levenshulme Old Library CIO are looking for an experienced self employed part time finance and operations manager.
This is a flexible position, initially 1 day a week for 6 months, to help us
keep track of our accounts,
ensure policies, information and other administrative systems are working well and up to date.
The Levenshulme Old Library team are delighted, finally, to be able to open the doors of the old library to you our surrounding community.
Doors will be open at 4pm, from 4.30 we’ll have music from the Jazz Biscuits, there’ll be opportunities to chat to our library tenants All FM, to Levenshulme Youth Project and to mindful art therapists from The Owl And The Coconut who are also planning to make the library building their home.
At approximately 5pm MP for Levenshulme and Gorton, Mr Afzal Khan, will deliver a message of congratulations and solidarity to the many people in our community that have fought for three long years, organised and worked hard to secure our old library building for use by our community again as a valuable and highly valued community facility.
From 6pm the merriment will continue next door in the Bluebell.
Whilst there’s some way to go before the library is fully functioning as an Art Centre, we’re very happy to be able to open our doors and invite people inside to once again experience the unique ambiance of this fabulous space and to celebrate the end of a long road that sees us now able to invite you all in.
This gorgeous reading chair has been delightfully upcycled and tastefully reupholstered reflecting not only the joy it might bring to a keen reader, the book-shelf print fabric is appropriate also because Sharlene has very kindly donated the chair to raise funds for the library. Our Reopening Celebration will be the final opportunity to submit a sealed bid for it. The winner will be announced.
Do please come, bring your families and join us for this celebration of a triumph against the odds for our community.
Levenshulme Old Library CIO takes on responsibility for Levenshulme Old Library.
At 10.30 hrs this morning 22nd January 2018, following three years of campaigning, planning, community self-organising and cooperative working, Levenshulme Old Library Charitable Incorporated Organisation signed a lease agreement with Manchester City Council.
Congratulations and well done to everybody in Levenshulme that’s supported the take over project and got it to this point, you now have an art centre.
We are taking over Levenshulme’s Carnegie Library, on Cromwell Grove, and transforming it into an arts, community and culture centre for the communities of Levenshulme and the surrounding areas.