Free Wi-Fi coming to Bromley libraries

PUBLISHED: 09:40 30 October 2015 | UPDATED: 09:40 30 October 2015

Bromley Central library

Bromley Central library


Libraries across the borough are expected to provide better access to the internet in the next six months

Library users in Bromley will soon be able to access free Wi-Fi facilities across the borough.

Busy neighbourhood libraries such as Chislehurst, West Wickham, Petts Wood and Beckenham are part of the works, as well as community libraries in Burnt Ash, Hayes, Shortlands and Southborough.

Councillor Peter Morgan, executive councillor for renewal and recreation welcomed the news and said “It is now increasingly difficult to imagine a time without the internet.

“We are committed to improving our library services where we can and I am pleased that we have been able to do this. It is further evidence of how we are shaping our libraries, keeping them highly relevant in this modern age.”

The service is already provided across six libraries in the borough.

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