Acton Library

Acton

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Situated at the corner of the High Street and Winchester Street is a grand Grade II listed building that is one of the architectural wonders of the Acton area. Built in 1900 during the late Victorian era by wealthy philanthropist John Passmore Edwards. Acton Library is a charming example of English Renaissance architecture.

Having served as a community library for over 100 years, Acton Library has constantly changed with the times to provide what its community needs.

Services:

•Audio books
•Books fiction and non-fiction
•Books in selected community languages
•CDs
•Computers for public access
•Designated children's area
•Language courses
•Newspapers and periodicals
•Photocopier
•Reading group
•Reference library
•Surestart
•Toddler's story time

Facilities:

•Study area
•Rooms for hire

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