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Truro's library reopens after a 1.4m revamp programme

Truro Library
The Grade II listed building underwent a 1.4m refurbishment

A library in Cornwall has reopened after a £1.4m building programme.

The refurbishment of the Grade II listed Truro Library has resulted in more facilities being offered for community use.

New features include more internet computers, community meeting rooms, a cafe and music studio facilities.

Cornwall Council said the revamp, some of which was paid for with lottery money, meant the library was now "a real 21st Century resource".



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