Have you visited the NEW Hammersmith Library yet?

Hammersmith’s beautiful new library has been open for two weeks now. And just in case you haven’t had time to visit it yet, here are some photos to whet your appetite…

Our opening party cake (it's all been eaten!)

Our opening party cake (it’s all been eaten!)

Welcoming customers

Welcoming customers

Young readers enjoying our new books!

Young readers enjoying our new books!

We have something to suit all tastes and ages!

We have something to suit all tastes and ages!

Beautiful building, lots of new stock....

Beautiful building, lots of new stock….

...and finally, friendly staff!

…and finally, friendly staff!

What are you waiting for? Drop by to see Hammersmith’s lovely new library!

For more pictures from Hammersmith Library’s opening party, please see our Flickr account.

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3 Responses to Have you visited the NEW Hammersmith Library yet?

  1. Clarke, Mike says:

    A good blog! Nice choice of words and pictures.

    Many thanks

    Mike Clarke
    Tri-borough Director of Libraries and Archives
    London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham
    Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
    Westminster City Council

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  3. lucy says:

    For quite some time whilst waiting to support a person as an “appropriate adult”,I was stood looking up at the magnificent and beautiful architecture of hammersmith library outside the police station…One of the most beautiful buildings I’ve ever seen and here in Hammersmith..I have toured the country and seen many a building but none quite like this.

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