New library for Square Mile

A new library on the eastern fringes of London's Square Mile is now open. You can see a full profile and image gallery on Designing Libraries.

20 February 2013

Artizan Street Library

Artizan Street Library and Community Centre, which is run and managed by the City of London Corporation, has an extensive range of books, DVDs and CDs with computers and printing facilities available for all users. A dedicated children’s section will hold activities, including ‘Stay and Play’ and ‘Rhyme Time’.

The community centre houses a well-equipped I.T. training suite, as well as providing welfare rights advice, keep fit facilities, and space for children’s and young people’s activities. Rooms are available for hire for individuals and community groups.
Artizan Street Library and Community Centre replaces Camomile Street Library and the temporary mobile replacement library.

The newly added database record on Designing Libraries shows a full profile and photos of the new library. You can also view a virtual tour of the library from the link on the right.


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