Plans go on display for refurbishment of Oakham Library
Plans have gone on display at Oakham Library showing how it will benefit from an extensive programme of work to improve services and facilities at the site.
Oakham Library was built in 1972 and is the largest of Rutland’s libraries. The service is incredibly well-used, receiving about 90,000 visits every year, but has changed very little since it first opened.
Earlier this year Rutland County Council agreed to invest up to £280,000 in Oakham Library to refurbish facilities and ensure it can continue to serve residents over the next 25 years.