Alexandra Park Library to reopen following improvement works
Alexandra Park Library is set to reopen on Monday 27 February following a period of closure for major refurbishment.
Library users will benefit from an improved and more accessible local library with a new lift, accessible toilets, new lighting, IT upgrades and redecoration of all interior spaces, including a revamped children’s library.
A new electric piano has also been installed as part of Haringey Council’s partnership with Casio to introduce electric pianos in all the borough’s libraries.
This is all part of Haringey Council’s major investment programme which has been investing over £4.9 million in libraries across the borough over a four-year period.
Cllr Zena Brabazon, Cabinet Member for Children, Schools and Families, said:
“I’m absolutely delighted that Alexandra Park Library is reopening, and that we have been able to make significant enhancements for local residents.
“I’m particularly pleased that we’ve been able to make the library more accessible than ever, with a new lift and accessible toilets on both floors, as well as improving facilities for families with a beautiful new children’s library.
“Our libraries are such vital spaces for our residents, and we’re proud in Haringey to be working together with residents and investing significant funds to make big improvements to libraries in every corner of our borough.”
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