All Norfolk libraries will be closed from Thursday 5 November. The mobile library service will also be suspended until further notice.

Please note that:

  • You can continue to reserve items online ready for when libraries re-open
  • You can still take part in online activities and borrow a range of eBooks and eMagazines
  • You will NOT need to renew the items you have borrowed as your loans will be automatically renewed
  • You won’t be charged any overdue charges for the period that libraries are closed

Please pass this information to your friends and family. Book-drop boxes are still available at all libraries for you to return any books securely. However, items returned in this way will not be cleared from your account whilst libraries are closed.

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We hope that you are keeping safe and well. Reading remains a great way to relax and we look forward to welcoming you back to Norfolk’s libraries as soon as we can.

Jan Holden, Head of Libraries and Information, Norfolk County Council

About Michael Hill

Wreningham Parish Council Chair

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