By Susan Toner - 29th June 2020 9:00am
Haddenham Community Library will be re-opening its doors at 10.00 am on Tuesday 7th July.
To begin with the Library will be open to customers between 10.00am and 1.00 pm on Tuesdays and Fridays for the return and loan of books. As you would expect social distancing and hygiene measures will be in place for the safety of staff and public.
Whilst it is not possible to offer our full range of library services there will be open shelf browsing in the main section of the library and the children's books have been moved to allow easier and safer access. We will not be collecting fines on any books or other borrowed items brought back so no need to worry about late returns!
We will be reviewing our levels of service in the light of experience and hope to be able to gradually increase what is on offer to library users. We will be guided by advice from the County Library Service and public health information. Customer feedback is very important in this process so we will value your comments and listen carefully to your suggestions.
We look forward to welcoming you back into the library. Though it looks and feels different we will do all we can to help you get the books you like off our shelves and keep you turning the pages!
Chair of the Board of Trustees
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