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Work to restore 'much-loved' library in Oldham town centre begins

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A major project hoping to restore a historic Grade II-listed library in Oldham has begun. The Old Library building on Union Street was closed in 2017, after over 130 years of public use as a public library.

Now Oldham council is working with Tilbury Douglas to bring the much-loved building back into use - although its future has not yet been decided. READ MORE: Plans to convert historic Tameside warehouse into social housing apartments revealed Originally constructed in 1883, the site was used as a public library for over a century, with a lecture theatre and gallery space added shortly after the building opened.

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