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Disabled access - How can disabled users access Royal Holloway libraries?

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Disabled access - How can disabled users access Royal Holloway libraries?
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Of the two libraries on campus, only one, the Bedford Library, has wheelchair access, lifts to all floors and a fully accessible disabled toilet on the entrance level. It is therefore possible to request that Founder’s Library materials be transferred to the Bedford Library for loan or use. Both Bedford and Founder’s libraries have dedicated parking spaces for disabled students.

Please follow the link for full details about disabled access to library resources.


 
 
 

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