Sunday 10 March 2019

A visit from the CEO of CILIP

From the comments and conversations that flowed way past the evening itself, we would like to thank Nick Poole (@NickPoole1)  for a thoroughly enjoyable and engaging talk, taking us through the changes to our profession and how CILIP is meeting the challenges these bring. A full transcript of Nick’s talk is freely available on the CILIP website and you can explore the #CamLibGroup tweets to follow the conversation further.

Click on the link below to read Nick’s talk in full, which was described as ‘thought provoking and inspiring’ ‘insightful and positive‘ with the ‘joy for the profession reaffirmed’

Link to the transcript of Nick’s talk:

As is customary for all CLG speakers, the committee like to present our presenters with a thank you gift and upon request we would like to thank Nick Poole with a donation to his chosen charity – the ECHO Refugee Library, a mobile library and education hub for teenage and adult asylum-seekers currently stranded in Greece. ECHO Refugee Library operates under the umbrella of ECHO for Refugees - a UK registered charity (Registration No. 1178189) and you can find out more about their amazing work in the link below.

Information on the ECHO Refugee Library:

It was great to see so many new and returning faces and hope to see you at another event soon. Don’t forget our Spring Sale where membership to the CLG is now half price at only £5 for free entry to all events until the end of July!

How do you join, you ask? Just pop along to our membership page below and we will be happy to welcome you.

CLG Membership page:

Don’t forget to keep the conversation going and to find out more about CILIP take a look at the CILIP East Members' Network for CILIP members in the East of England who promote continuing professional development and hold events throughout the year.

Click on the link below to find out more about CILIP East
Twitter: @cilipeoe