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£5million library set to open

PUBLISHED: 17:17 01 April 2010 | UPDATED: 11:32 12 August 2010

A STATE-OF-THE-ART library is set to open this month but readers can still pick up a copy of the Times for free at the temporary existing facility.

A STATE-OF-THE-ART library is set to open this month but readers can still pick up a copy of the Times for free at the temporary existing facility.

Biggin Hill library, which is being built at the junction of Main Road and Church Road, Biggin Hill, is due to open on April 30.

Residents can use a the current facility, on the same road, where a copy of our newspaper can also be picked up.

Councillor Stephen Carr, leader of Bromley Council said: "We are delivering on our commitment to Build a Better Bromley by investing £5.1m in this fantastic new centre, the first new public building in this part of the borough for many years. It will provide a new focus of activities for local youngsters, and a hub of community activity for local residents of all ages and interests.


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