HeadSpace is a completely different kind of library, a cool social environment for young people between the ages of 11 and 19.
HeadSpace is a place where the experience of enjoying reading, listening, surfing or chilling can be shared, where you can meet friends, enjoy a drink or a snack, discover something new, join a group, launch a campaign, or take part in creative activities.
It is a space that is not only there to be used by you. It's also the place where you can volunteer, choose stock and design the space. It is your opportunity to get involved in everything to do with what it looks like and what happens there, choosing how to develop, manage and deliver the services that you most want to use.
We feel that it is important to involve teens in making the decisions that shape the Service. We want you to be the ones that make a difference to what we offer.
At Farnham Library we want to create an innovative, appealing and teen-inspired space:
Most of all we want you to see that your library is a place that you want to use because it is fun and that you are proud of it.
We currently have plenty of volunteers to help us establish the project, although you are more than welcome to express an interest.
Find out more about taking part in HeadSpace
If you want further information, please contact:
Children & Young People Stream.
Tel: 01932 565 431
Or have a chat with Vicky Noonan at Farnham library.