The Clarendon Institute is home to the Leopold Muller Memorial Library which occupies most of the basement of the building. The level entrance at the back of the building will take you into the library. Although there is an intercom here, it is advisable to contact in advice before arriving to ensure that you are able to gain access.
The main (internal) entrance to the library is accessed by taking the staircase down from the ground floor. The entrance door is secure and opened with a proximity card reader, or by using the intercom.
The library information desk is just under 1 m high. There is no hearing support system in place.
The desks are arranged in the central area of the library. There is a bar under the desks at 64 cm high meaning that wheelchair users may find they are not able to fit underneath.
There are several computers available for use in the library.
The library is well lit and also has a lot of natural light.
There are floor to ceiling bookshelves spread around the library. In addition there are book stacks at either end of the library. The library staff will be happy to help visitors with disabilities who need assistance.
The accessible toilet is also located in the library.
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