New Library in Gravesend Kent

Resident's of Gravesend have waited a long sixteen months for the reopening of the refurbished Gravesend library. The revamp, costing 2.5 millionGBP, which has seen the beautiful Carnegie building restored to its former glory. The new set up boasts modern IT facilities, a fresh community space, renovated garden area and a larger, more diverse range of books.

The official opening, which took place on Tuesday the 23rd of August, was attended by Avtar Sandhu MBE as well as Mr Mike Hill, Cabinet Member for Customer and Communities who both opened the new library. They also presented both young and old residents of Gravesend and library users with flowers and books.

The new revamp is set to be a key feature in Gravesend allowing internet access and online services to users as well as the new community area. The new selection of books has a huge range of literature that will suit everyone who enjoys the library and its resources.