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Please find below the revised opening hours for the Refugee Archive at UEL and the Docklands Library over the summer months. We have tried to keep the Archive open every day. However, we would recommend that you either make an appointment or contact us in advance of your trip just to confirm that the Archive will be open and staffed on the day you wish to come.
Our contact details are: 020 8223 7676 (reading room) or 020 8223 7817 (Paul Dudman) or 020 8223 6462 (Caroline Lam) in the office. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, if coming to the Docklands Campus is a problem, you might want to make use of the SCONUL Card service which can give you access to other University libraries in London. Further details can be found on the Library website by following the link below:
Archive Summer Opening Hours
The summer opening hours for the Refugee Archive will come into effect from Saturday 22 May, 2010.
Therefore, the revised opening hours from Monday 24 May, 2010 will be as follows:
Mondays: 1pm – 4.30pm
Tuesdays: 1pm – 4.30pm
Wednesdays: 10am – 1pm
Thursdays: 1pm – 4.30pm
Fridays: 10am – 1pm
Sat / Sun: Closed
These are also available on our website at: http://www.uel.ac.uk/rca/using-rca.htm#top
Library Summer Opening Hours
The summer opening hours for the Docklands Library start from Saturday 5 June.
So the building closes at 9pm on Friday 4 June, then it’s:
Monday-Friday: 9am-9pm (Security only from 5pm)
Saturday: 10am-5pm (Security only)
Potential for Possible Disruption
It is possible that there may be further disruption to these opening hours over the course of the summer. As soon as we have further information we will of course let you know, but at the moment disruption to the archive may be caused by:
i) Building works in the Library. Work on the library air conditioning system is due to start on Tuesday 8 June. The work itself is supposed to take place between 9pm and 6am. However, there is a small possibility that the library may close at some point.
ii) Scanning of the British Olympic Association (BOA) archive. We are due to have a company on site in the Archive to scan materials from Monday 14 June for a period of between 2-4 weeks. Disruption of the archive service during this period is inevitable and we strongly recommend that you make an appointment for to access the Archive as we cannot guarantee that the archive will be available fro general access during this period.
iii) Staff leave. There will be staff on leave over the summer months and we hope this will not cause too much disruption to the service.