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A photographic tour of The Hive… Part 3

  • 24th February 2012

We’re here again to show you some more images from inside The Hive. This time we’re looking at the different areas of the library.

The library shelves are all installed ready, awaiting the arrival of the book stock from the city library, University library and the History Centre.

 

There will be places to relax and read: 

And desks to study, inclusive of stunning views of the Malverns:

 There is a break out area to sit and have a drink or a snack when you need a rest from working (or playing!):

The children’s library area is a colourful and inviting place for young visitors to The Hive:

We’ll bring you some more photographs soon.

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