Built to serve the growing commuter town of Chandlers Ford, the library was set back from both the Winchester Road and Oakmount Road, placing it within the heart of the community rather than on the street frontage.The architect Ted Cullinan, reviewing the building in 1983, considered that it was very cleverly placed since 'It allows people to perceive and approach the library from both roads and to pass it on the way from one to another' (Architect's Journal, 1983, 37).No Country for Old Men Captain Phillips Sherlock Holmes Rush Ocean's Eleven Thomas Crown Affair Die Another Day The Impossible Taken Taken 2 Wanted £1 each or £10 the lot. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND FULL WORKING ORDER, HAS HAD VERY LITTLE USE, LOOKS LIKE NEW!! Open to offers - No Agent Fees - Property Reference Number: 269811 IDEAL FOR FAMILY. Please pay cash This lovely cotbed has been used but still looks great and is very solid and well made. ( matress included if you wish) Dismantled and ready to go. Rapidly remove stale air and ensure a much fresher environment in all manner of different commer Beautiful wedding dress from Debenhams Debut range. Will need dry cleaning as there are marks around then neck from being tried on in store. To qualify for exemption from quarantine, you must meet various conditions relating to your pet´s health.
Chandler's Ford Library was designed and built in 1981-2 by the County Architect, Colin Stansfield Smith, with project architect Barry Bryant and engineers Anthony Hunt and Associates; it opened in May 1983. It was the showpiece of the Hampshire County Council Architect's Department, which was noted for its inventive and successful school buildings.
Welcome to the Church of England parish of Chandler’s Ford.
We are a diverse all age community of people seeking to love God, serve our town and grow in faith across our two church communities - St Martin in the Wood and St Boniface.
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Public library, 1981-2 by County Architect, Colin Stansfield Smith, project architect Barry Bryant, engineers Anthony Hunt and Associates, interiors by Terry Riggs, mural by Graham Crowley; opened May 1983.