The M25 Consortium of Academic Libraries is a collaborative organisation that works to improve library and information services within the M25 region and more widely across the East and South East.

The Consortium has 55 member institutions, comprising Higher Education, national, museum and other scholarly libraries. Its aim is to provide services and resources for the benefit of library staff, learners and researchers.

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Benefits of M25 Membership


cpd25 is the Staff Development and Training programme of the M25 Consortium


  • provides staff development and training for all levels of library staff
  • provides value for money training services for all consortium libraries
  • foster good practice amongst members and facilitates the exchange of experience

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M25 Steering Group

The M25 Consortium is governed by a Steering Group comprising elected Representatives from our member libraries.

Find out more

Sponsor the M25 Consortium

From time to time there is the opportunity for companies to sponsor the M25 Consortium. This is usually in connection with one or more of our events, when there is the opportunity to engage with our members. The M25 Steering Group approves a policy every year regarding sponsorship, and the differing levels of engagement that can be offered.

Find out how to Sponsor the M25 Consortium

Members’ area

The Members’ Area is an online resource for every member of staff in M25 Consortium libraries.

Use the Members’ Area to access:

  • Business continuity resources
  • Virtual learning and development opportunities
  • M25 Voucher details

…in a convenient, welcoming, and easy-to-use environment.

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