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By Haddenham Webteam - 2nd November 2020 5:30pm
Haddenham Community Library has redesigned its website, and a formal launch event will take place on Tuesday 3rd November.
During opening hours on that day (10.00am until 1.00pm) there will be a Covid-safe opportunity for visitors to view the new site projected onto a screen, so that staff and library volunteers can show off its features.
The library is open for business online as well as in person, of course, and the new website offers clear links to the county library system and also offers information about Apps which may be used to read publications of all types in digital format.
As we are all confined by another Covid lockdown, the library is ready to provide a service pointing the way to easy-to-access reading materials of all types.
If you can't get along to the official launch morning, why not take a look online right now? Here's the link.
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