Camborne Library and town council offices are moving to a new home – but only for a while.

To allow further work to be carried out to the Grade 2 listed Passmore Edwards Building on Basset Street, scaffolding will be put up from early November.

To make sure the library and council are still safe to use while work is going on, both will be temporarily relocating from the middle of the month, to the Basset Centre nearby, in Basset Road.

The move will take place in the week beginning November 15 and they are expecting to stay there until next spring.

Camborne Town Council said: "For those who regularly visit the home of Camborne Library and Town Council, it is clear to see more work is required on the Grade 2 listed Passmore Edwards Building, to ensure it continues to be a well loved and used community asset for years to come.

"In the bid to make the building the best it can be, scaffolding will begin to appear on the building from early November with the works expected to complete in spring 2022.

"To allow the contractors the space and time to get the job done to the highest of standards, the library and town council will be temporarily relocated to the Basset Centre from the week commencing Monday, November 15.

"During the move there will be some disruption to service, but we anticipate our full service will resume from the Basset Centre by Monday, November 22.

"We will publish service opening times and locations for November closer to the date of move.

"Signage will be installed to help guide members of the public to our temporary home."