ST ASAPH Library re-opened its doors on Monday (April 16) following renovation work that is hoped to ensure the sustainability of the building for years to come.

The interior has been updated to provide a more flexible and multi-purpose space for the community.

Improvements include a large entrance foyer which will feature a tourism information point, new improved windows throughout the building, Wi-Fi, a community refreshment area, an additional meeting room, a self-service payment facility, an improved public access computer area, and improved signage.

Meira Jones, library assistant at St Asaph Library, said: “We are very excited that the building is finally ready for public use.

“The improvements will be of huge benefit to the community, and we hope that the community will support us as we move forward.

“All members of staff welcome anyone that would like to join the library or to simply come and have a look at the new facilities.”

Visitors will be able to access the full range of library services, as well as the library’s One Stop shop, and library staff will be available to provide support and assistance.

The council has thanked the community for its patience and co-operation whilst the building works were completed.

An official opening event is being planned for May.