The library is housed in a new extension to the historic Bridewell building which dates back to the 1600s and was used as the town courthouse in the 19th century.
The library is housed on the first floor of the building and is accessed by steps or a hoist. Internal finishes include a combination of oak and limestone flooring.
Type of library
Medium sized town library
W & M Given Architects
Features and services
Nature of site
Access between floors, Access to building, Access within building, Assistive technology
Services and facilities suppliers
Number of public computer terminals: 20