Answered By: Robert Cole
Last Updated: Jul 10, 2018     Views: 2159

You are welcome to consume cold food and drinks in the Library, however hot food is not permitted and alcoholic drinks are also not permitted. Hot drinks must be covered with a lid. 

All rubbish and recycling must be disposed of using the bins provided.

Sydney Jones Library
Vending machines selling snacks and hot and cold drinks are also available in the group study area on the ground floor of the Abercomby wing.

There is also a cafe in the Sydney Jones Library selling a range of hot and cold food and drinks. 

There are water fountains on the ground floors of both the Abercromby and Grove wings, and further water fountains on the first and second floors of the Grove wing. They ground floor machine dispenses both hot and cold water (remember to cover any hot drinks with a lid). Drinking water is also available from the cold water taps in all of the toilets situated in the Abercromby wing of the Sydney Jones Library - just look for the 'drinking water' symbol above the tap.

Harold Cohen Library
Vending machines selling snacks and hot and cold drinks are also available in the Refreshments and Group Study Room on the ground floor, as well as on the 3rd floor.

There are two water fountains in the Harold Cohen Library, where you can either drink directly from the tap or fill up a water bottle. Both are on the ground floor; one in the Refreshments and Group Study Room, the other along the corridor between the main entrance and computer room HCC1. They dispense both hot and cold water (remember to cover any hot drinks with a lid).

There are also two additional water fountains on the 3rd and 4th floors; both are located by the toilets area of each floor.  They dispense cold water only.

Leahurst Campus Library
There are no catering facilities within the library, however there are vending facilities and a cafe available on site.

London Campus Library
There is a water fountain in the library and there are vending facilities and a cafe available on site.

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