Coronavirus (COVID-19) information, 5 November 2020
Libraries across Worcestershire will remain open but with reduced services during the latest, national lockdown period.
To reflect proposed government regulations, plans are in place for the following services to be available at libraries during the four-week period.
Subject to volunteer availability, Library Service at Home book deliveries will be available for customers who are unable to visit their local library.
Customers wishing to reserve books or book a computer session can do so via their account or call the Contact Centre on 01905 822722.
All return dates have been extended to 31 December 2020 and library fines will be suspended until that date. There will be no reservation charges while the Reserve and Collect service is in operation.
Previously announced plans for the re-introduction of ‘Storybubble’ sessions in libraries and meeting room hire have been put on hold until the country moves out of lockdown. The Mobile service will also be on hold during the lockdown period.
Social distancing and hygiene measures are in place for everyone’s safety. To comply with government guidance, library visitors need to wear a face covering and register contact details with library staff on entry.
Revised opening hours are still in operation at some libraries, please check details for your local library
A wide range of additional online services, activities and events can be accessed via:
To book a computer session or desk space please go to:
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Temporary Opening Times
You can renew your loans online or by visiting any other Worcestershire Library. You can renew over the phone by calling the Worcestershire Hub on 01905 822722 or you can use our 24 hour automated renewal system on the same number.
Christmas & New Year Opening Times
* Only applies to libraries which are normally open.
** The Hive will be open until 6.00pm
Normal opening times on other days
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Children's Spoken Word Promotion:
Keep your children entertained by borrowing any Children's Spoken Word Cassettes or CDS for FREE.
Alvechurch Library is working as part of an Eco Communities project with the local schools and a village nursery to encourage sustainability together and individual in our settings. The Library has adopted very different ways of using our resources in order to be able to reduce our impact, support our community and apply for a Green Flag award.
Alvechurch Readers Group
Meets: Last Tuesday of the month
A digital readers group is now available to join online. See our digital events and activities listings via the Digital Library Hub
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