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New 2m library is opened in town

Wymondham library
The new library in Wymondham houses 5,000 new books

A new 2m library has opened in a Norfolk town.

The library, in Back Lane, Wymondham, is twice the size of the previous one and houses a large children's section, 11 computers and 5,000 new books.

Before designing and equipping the library, the council asked local people for their views on what they would like to see in the new building.

The site was officially opened by the chairman of Norfolk County Council Wyndham Northam.

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