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All nine Bristol University libraries among facilities re-opened as lockdown eases

Students will be able to book a prayer room or record in a radio suite following the latest easing of restrictions.

By Molly Pipe, SU Correspondent

A variety of study spaces are now open following the latest easing of restrictions.

A number of SU and university facilities are back in operation today as the UK passes the latest landmark in the ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown.

Chiefly among them are study spaces in Richmond House and all nine university libraries.

The university has been operating a reduced number of libraries in recent months, with the handful of open libraries reserved for students unable to study from home.

Now all libraries have reopened their doors, but students are still restricted to booking ten two-hour slots a week.

Significant portions of the SU’s Richmond Building are back in operation too, with students now able to work in the study spaces and access student group storage.

The SU Living Room is back open in Senate House, in time for students to see the newly finished building work on the rest of the premises.

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