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By Haddenham Webteam - 3rd November 2020 8:13pm
Due to government restrictions that come into force from midnight on Wednesday 4th November, Haddenham Community Library will be closed until Friday December 4th at the earliest.
* All libraries in Buckinghamshire will be closed for browsing or book borrowing.
* Books out on loan will automatically be renewed so borrowers need not worry about running up fines
* On line resources — e-books, e-audio books, newspapers and magazines are available
* Our website www.haddenhamcommunitylibrary.org.uk will keep you up to date with developments
* Links to the County Library Service are on our website for more information
We look forward to welcoming our borrowers of all ages back in December. There will be lots of lovely new books waiting for you on our shelves!.
Chair, Board of Trustees
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