Gnosall Library is re-opening on a phased basis from Monday 24th August. There will be an order and collect service. Customers can order online or fill in a form and bring it in. The form is available via the website www.gleanhub.org
The Chairman of GLEAN Hub, the charity which runs the library, Robert Alker, says: 'We are pleased to announce that Gnosall Library will at last be re-opening from Monday 24th August. Following the easing of COVID19 lockdown restrictions, we are planning to open on the basis of an Order and Collect system. Please support your local library!'
Opening hours (slightly changed temporarily on Wednesdays) will be: Monday 4.00pm till 6.30pm, Tuesday 10.00am till 12.30pm, Wednesday 3.00pm till 5.30pm, Thursday 2.00 till 4.00pm, Saturday 10.00am till 12.30pm. Regular events such as Baby Bounce and Rhyme are not re-starting yet.
Staffordshire’s library service's online eBooks service is still available to all. Existing library members who haven’t signed up online can download the BorrowBox app or visit www.borrowbox.com and use their membership number and PIN to access what’s on offer. New library service members can register online by going to www.staffordshire.gov.uk searching for ‘join library’ and following the instructions.
For more information please contact GLEAN (Gnosall Library Environment and Nurture) Hub (registered charity, number 1175263) by email at email@example.com or the website http://www.gleanhub.org/ Telephone during opening hours: 01785 895750.
Photo attached of the inside of Gnosall Community Managed Library.