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Library Fines Amnesty

Library Fines Amnesty

Worried about fines mounting up on books due back in the library before Christmas? Hanging onto seriously overdue books because you are worried about not being able to pay the fines? Please don't as the Haddenham Community Library is writing off outstanding fines for its borrowers who return overdue books in January and February.

Just return the books to the library and your account will be cleared . You can make a fresh start and begin borrowing books again if your account has been barred.

Also remember the library is a designated warm space and everyone is welcome to come into the library and enjoy our safe and comfortable space and facilities.

Sorry but we can't accommodate any animals except guide and assistance dogs.

Working from home? Break up your working day by coming into the library for a couple of hours. We have free wi-fi and offer the cheapest tea and coffee in Haddenham! There are also free public access computers you can use if you are a member of the library. Not a member ? Joining is free and easy!

The library also has the ONLY photocopying and printing facility currently available to the public in Haddenham.

Our machine can reduce documents to an A5 size and print up to A3 in full colour. Our rates are very reasonable rates, the print quality is excellent . It's self-service but assistance is available with complicated or larger jobs.

For more information about what is on offer in your community library please visit: www.haddenhamcommunitylibrary.org.uk, or telephone us 01926 387865.

Better still, call into the library between 10.00am and 5.00 pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday or between 10.00am to 1.00 pm on Saturday and our library manager Robyn Cook and volunteer staff will do their very best to help you.

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