By Sue Toner - 20th March 2020 3:00pm
While not all libraries in the county are closing, those remaining open will be offering a much reduced service.
All book borrowing throughout the county is suspended and there will be no group activities or meetings held.
From Monday 23rd March the few libraries that remain open to the public will only be providing access to computer facilities, wi-fi and information and signposting to callers.
Until further notice the Library Service asks you to please follow government advice and in the interests of your own well-being and safety and that of others and library staff do not come to a library unless your visit is unavoidable.
Borrowers need not worry about being unable to return books etc. by their due date as charges for all for overdue items are being waived.
Any membership due to expire before Tuesday 30th June will be extended and will not lapse.
Loans will be extended to Tuesday 30th June and reviewed after this.
The Library Service's extensive online resources, e-books, e-audio books and magazines are unaffected and available to library members .
Not a member of the library and interested in using the online services?
You can join online at here
Find out more about e-books etc. here
(NB: if your browser generates a "security warning" as some do because the Bucks CC site has an out-of-date security certificate, you can safely ignore this)
You can find the libraries that are open and keep up to date with changes and developments via www.buckscc.gov.uk/libraries
Please continue to check the Haddenham Community Library Website for updates.
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
Here are five ways you can help during the Covid pandemicThe NHS is under immense pressure due to the Covid pandemic.Its fantastic staff going above and beyond to keep us safe, so you may wish to show your thanks in ever more practical ways.While standing outside and cheering for our health workers is a good way to give appreciation, there are other ways to show your support for our...
Zero Carbon Haddenham has teamed up with an installer of PV solar panels in the hope of identifying a group of Haddenham residents who are keen to have solar power for their homes. Once a minimum group size has been extablished, the installation work can be carried out at a significant discount compared with one-off installations.The scheme is called Solar Streets.Solar panels charge...
The members of Kaleidoscope would like to thank the residents of Haddenham and the surrounding villages for their very generous donations to the Sharing Life Trust which enabled them to hand over a cheque for £611.70 to one of their representatives last week. This will enable them to offer support in paying any urgent electricity bills needed by an increasing number of people...