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Bank Holiday Monday 28 May

All University buildings, including the Paul Hamlyn Library will be closed during the May Bank Holiday on Monday 28 May. The Paul Hamlyn Library is open as normal from 08:00 to 18:00 on Saturday and Sunday 26 and 27 May with staffing from 11:00 to 16:00.

Library Survey

Help us to improve the library service.  If you have a few minutes, please complete this short survey about the library spaces and how you use them.

Summer Building Works

As part of our commitment to continually improve University facilities, we will be undertaking works over the summer in the Lady Byron area of the St Marys Road campus. This work will impact on the Paul Hamlyn Library as a number of our meeting rooms and classrooms will be temporarily repurposed and taken out of library use until September.   Rooms affected are the Carol Hehir, Ian Carter Room and Meeting Room 2 from Friday 11 May and the Mollie Clay and Carol Hehir Rooms from Friday 18 May.  All rooms will be available again for the start of the Autumn semester.

Stay Cool in the Hot Weather

If you are working in the Paul Hamlyn Library over the summer, you may find the following advice helpful.

  • Take regular breaks and drink plenty of fluids.  Water fountains are available in the Heart Space adjacent to the library entrance and in the vestibule areas of the 1st and 3rd floor toilets.  Bottled Water is available from the vending machines in the Heart Space and on the 1st floor of the Library.
  • Work on the Park side of the Library which is generally cooler.  

Heathrow Archive at University of West LondonHeathrow - The Journey Exhibition

Get up close to historic Heathrow artefacts and discover how this iconic airport became the UK’s hub for aviation.

‘Heathrow: The Journey’, which opened on 18 April 2018, is a permanent exhibition at the University of West London’s Ealing site on St Mary’s Road.

Admission is free. The exhibition is open daily to students, staff and the public from 10am to 5pm*, including weekends and holiday periods.

For more information see the exhibition website

 

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