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Upper Norwood Library by Richard Calvert

Refurbishment news – FAQs

January-June 2017 Frequently asked questions: Q               How long will the refurbishment last? A               The refurbishment will last for 5 months, split in two phases. Phase 1 (top floor) starts on 29th January and is due to be completed mid-March. During this phase, there will be no access to the upstairs area. Phase 2 (the ground […]

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Upper Norwood Library by Richard Calvert

Refurbishment News

Refurbishment work has started on the Upper Norwood Library, taking the historic 116-year-old building into its next exciting chapter. The extensive building plans include repairing the roofs and floors, and internal redecoration throughout, transforming it into a sleek, contemporary space for local people and businesses to meet, learn and socialise. The first phase of the […]

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Upper Norwood Library by Richard Calvert

Trustees are wanted for a dynamic social enterprise in Upper Norwood – the Upper Norwood Library Trust.

Do you have the skills to join the Upper Norwood Library Trust and work with the team creating and delivering a new era for the Upper Norwood Library Hub? People with fundraising, accountancy, HR, legal, and community relations are of particular, but not exclusive, interest. For full details please click on the Trustee recruitment document […]

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Upper Norwood Library by Richard Calvert

Face lift begins

Great news – building works to improve the Upper Norwood Library Hub – a part of the Upper Norwood Trust’s deal with Lambeth and Croydon – are due to start. “Inevitably it will mean some disruption to the Library Hub’s activities but at the end of it we will have a beautifully refurbished building for […]

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Hub Directors Appointed

The Trust would like to introduce you to Margaret Adjaye and Emily Jewell who have been appointed as joint Hub Directors – sharing the post. They will be responsible for the development of the community hub and the day to day running of the Upper Norwood Library building, which remains home to the library services […]

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