The flood damaged floor of St Asaph library
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Flood-hit St Asaph library and one-stop shop reopens

A library in one of Wales' smallest cities is to reopen after it was damaged by floods that killed one person and damaged about 500 homes.

Flooding devastated parts of St Asaph last November, including the library which is also a one-stop shop for and Denbighshire council services.

The building has been redesigned and refurbished with hundreds of new books.

Reading services manager Bethan Hughes told Radio Wales' Mai Davies about the changes.

  • 14 Aug 2013