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WARNING: Welling Library will close for three weeks next month

PUBLISHED: 15:30 31 August 2017 | UPDATED: 15:30 31 August 2017

Welling Library will close for refurbishment works next month

Welling Library will close for refurbishment works next month

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It will reopen in October

Users of Welling Library are being warned they will not be able to access its services next month.

The library on Churchfield Road will be closed from September 18 for refurbishment works, which will provide air conditioning, a larger children’s section an IT suit and a study area.

During the works, users will be able to return or renew all borrowed items to any other council library based in the borough, the nearest being Central Library in Townley Road, Bexleyheath.

Items can also be renewed via telephone on 020 8303 7777.

The works, which will also see new flooring put down and interior walls redecorated, are scheduled to end within three weeks, with the library reopening on October 9 at 9.30am.

A spokesperson from the council hoped the works “will make the library feel modern and welcoming”.

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