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Library Closure for Refurbishment

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Haddenham Community Library will be closing from Monday 25th September to Sunday 8th October inclusive, for a complete refurbishment of the Children's Library.

The Library foyer will be staffed on all the usual opening days between 10am and 12noon for any reservation collections or returns.

Staff and volunteers at the Library in the upcoming weeks will be more than happy to place any reservations in advance to ensure that all customers have access to books during this period.

The loan period for books has been changed to ensure that no fines are incurred. All books issued from now will be automatically extended until after the library re-opens on Tuesday 10th October.

Emma Foster and her colleagues apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

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