Safety Signs News

Improved health and safety signage part of £10,000 library revamp

21st September 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Improved directional safety signs will be part of a significant £10,000 redevelopment plan at a library in Gloucestershire.

According to the Gazette, Thornbury Library will benefit from new safety signs, an IT suite, interior decoration, and shelving and seating as a result of the facelift from South Gloucestershire Council funding.

Heather Goddard, executive councillor for communities, told the newspaper: "We are continuing with our programme of library investment and Thornbury Library is part of this.

"A £10,000 mini-makeover will include internal decoration, new shelving and seating, improved layout of the library including the provision of an IT learning suite and improved signage for the library."

The reopening of the library will be accompanied by several events, including a performance by a band, a cookery tutorial and a talk by a local farmer.

South Gloucestershire Council operates over 15 libraries in its region.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800073803-ADNFCR


There are no results for this search


Related Articles

Add £50 for free Standard shipping

Customer Feedback:

Safety Signs products and graphics © 2009 Viking Signs Ltd. eCommerce website © 2009 Mew Media Ltd.