Central Lending Library (Leicester)
The Central Lending Library is one of the public libraries in Leicester City Centre.
It is situated in Belvoir Street, on the corner of Wellington Street, and is part of the Libraries Service run by Leicester City Council.
The library building was originally built for the Liberal Party by the prominent local architect William Flint, and later was used as a concert hall, where such musicians as Nicolo Paganini and Franz Liszt performed. The entrance hall was a separate building, built as a cinema.
Details of Colin Crosby`s Guided Walks and Coach Trips can be found in this library.
In case of difficulty, ask the helpful staff.