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As part of the refurbishment of Fulham Library, the reference library is getting a much-needed makeover. As a listed building, the original fixtures and fittings will stay, but a splosh of paint and some new carpet will give a much … Continue reading
The Local Studies and Archives recently moved from Lilla Huset on Talgarth Road to the newly refurbished Hammersmith Library on Shepherd’s Bush Road. We are based on the first floor, in a light and airy room, with beautiful stained glass … Continue reading
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… What are you waiting for? Drop by to see … Continue reading
Mandy Charles, Customer Service Manager, writes: Read all about it… Read all about it… I wanted to share with you the exciting developments happening at the library as many customers have made enquiries about the progress of the works…Hammersmith Library’s … Continue reading
Before any work could begin on the refurbishment of Hammersmith Library we were informed that there would need to be “intrusive investigations into the structure”. These investigations would check the load-bearing of beams, see if cracks in plaster meant underlying … Continue reading