There are comfortable chairs for browsing and reading magazines, along with tables for those who wish to study. Please note that although it is often reasonably quiet, we do not operate a strictly silent rule. Access to our Local History collections of the Crystal Palace, which burnt down in 1936, and coverage of Upper Norwood and neighbouring districts can be viewed in this department of the library. However, please be aware that our Local History and Reference Librarian has retired; a member of staff from the Lending Library can be called for assistance if they are not otherwise occupied. The Norwood Society are providing workshops – please see posters or ask at the Enquiry Desk for further detailsLocal History postcards of the area are for sale at the Enquiry Desk on the ground floor.
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Our Information/Studies library is located on the first floor at the rear of the building where you can find the majority of the non-fiction books for lending and a range of quick reference and general reference material.
You will also find local information such as doctors/dentists lists, evening class prospectuses, bus maps etc and local history information.
|THE PHOTOCOPIER WORKS!
We have a new photocopier which has now moved downstairs. Don’t forget, you can now make colour copies and scan documents!
The copier is located downstairs near the counter, with instructions on use and charges on the wall behind the machine.