List number: 1323708
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 9120
Post code: NE2 2DL
Grid ref: NZ2528166590

Jesmond Library


Jesmond Library was originally opened on the 30th of May 1963, the circular building on St George’s Terrace in West Jesmond was designed by Henry Faulkner Brown. It is a Grade II listed building.[1] However, the council-run library closed in March 2013 because of budget cuts. The library reopened on the 21st of September 2013, run on a voluntary basis by The Friends of Jesmond Library, which is a limited company and registered charity.[2]

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Jesmond Library
- "....In March 2013, Newcastle City Council confirmed its decision to close Jesmond Library, after fifty years of faithful service to the public. However, a group of local residents set up ...

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Jesmond Library, St George's Terrace, Jesmond

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JESMOND BRANCH LIBRARY - List Entry
- "Branch library. 1962-63. Harry Faulkner Brown of Williamson, Faulkner, Brown and Partners. Steel frame painted black. Precast pink granite aggregate panels. Grey brick to administration block. Flat roof. Circular plan ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(9120): Jesmond, St. George's Terrace, Jesmond Branch Library
- "Branch library. 1962-63. Harry Faulkner Brown of Williamson, Faulkner, Brown and Partners. Steel frame painted black. Precast pink granite aggregate panels. Grey brick to administration block. Flat roof. Circular plan ...

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Jesmond Library reopens after financial cuts in June
- Jesmond Local SEP 27, 2013. "Jesmond Library has reopened thanks to a team of volunteers who were passionate about keeping the library services alive, despite the removal of funding from ...

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