New chapter for Croydon Carnegie library as Fat brings it up to date

Historic access problems have been ironed out in the latest — more substantial — rethink of the south London library.

Thornton Heath Library in Croydon has reopened to the public after a £1.5 million renovation and extension project by Fat.

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