Woodlands Regional Library closed for a day due to burst pipe, reopened on Tuesday

The National Library Board said in a Facebook post that Woodlands Regional Library would reopen on April 9, 2019.
The National Library Board said in a Facebook post that Woodlands Regional Library would reopen on April 9, 2019.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - Woodlands Regional Library was temporarily closed on Monday (April 8) due to water leaking from a burst pipe.

The National Library Board said in a Facebook post on Monday at about 12.50pm that the Woodlands library would reopen on Tuesday.

It advised patrons to visit other libraries in the vicinity such as Sembawang or Yishun Public Library, and apologised for any inconvenience caused.

The National Library Board confirmed on Tuesday that the Woodlands Regional Library had reopened.

It added that the library had been temporarily closed on Monday due to water leakage from a burst pipe in the toilet located at the third storey of the library, and that the library has since been cleaned up.

"Level 2 which was closed for cleaning and repair works will reopen on Wednesday," said the NLB.