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West Ealing Library reopened this morning (Tuesday 22 September) and local residents have given it the thumbs up.

The building on Melbourne Avenue now has a new entrance, new carpet, lighting and shelving, improved young adults area and a new disabled toilet.

David Highton from West Ealing Neighbours says:

' It is much more light and spacious, helped greatly by the re-designed larger front windows which let in more light.  It has a patterned grey carpet.

The bookshelves now swirl rather elegantly around the floor rather than the old rigid lay out of old. The children's area is still up at the same end and was already being well used.

Wisely, the computers are now at the opposite end and should give a much quieter environment for users. 

There is still seating for people to sit and read, especially by the new front windows. A very welcome for many residents are the toilets up at one end.

All in all, it's recognisably the same library but feels more inviting and spacious.'


What do you think of the new library?


September 23, 2009

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