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Charlbury Library - Temporarily Closed

In line with the latest Government restrictions, Charlbury Library is closed to the public. It will open again once the restrictions are eased and it is safe to do so.

All loans have been extended to January 2021

We have extended all current library loans so that no book/item will be due back during the new lockdown which began on 5 November. This applies to all existing loans including those taken out before April, which were due back last week, so there is no need to return or renew your loans. Charges will still apply to items that became overdue before the first, or second, lockdown.

Loans may be extended further. We will give plenty of notice before reintroducing fines, and no fines will be applied as a result of lockdown or individual circumstances if you are unable to return loans.

We are investigating the possibility of a click and collect service in some libraries in addition to limited bookable computer use. We hope to offer this from the 11 November in the following libraries:

•Abingdon Library

•Banbury Library

•Bicester Library

•Botley Library

•Cowley Library

•Didcot Library

•Headington Library

•Henley

•Kidlington Library

•Oxfordshire County Library

•Summertown

•Thame Library

•Wantage Library

•Witney Library

More information will follow.

If you currently have notification that there is an item on the Reservations Shelf ready for collection at Charlbury, you will be contacted soon by email with options for collection at another library or to cancel the reservation.

Charlbury Library · Mon 9 Nov, 13:13 · Link


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