Posted: Sun 5th Jul 2020

Connah’s Quay and Mold libraries introduce ‘Select and Collect’ service

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Sunday, Jul 5th, 2020


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Whilst all Aura Libraries will remain closed until further notice, Aura has launched a ‘Select and Collect’ service in line with Welsh Government guidance.

From today, Monday July 6, library users will be able to order reading resources and collect them from either Mold or Connah’s Quay Library.

Library items currently out on loan can also be returned to Connah’s Quay or Mold Library from 13 July.

Aura’s Home Library Service will also restart for those that have no other means of accessing the library because of health and mobility issues.

Clare Ashbee, Library Service Manager, said: “We hope this service will be a benefit to the community as, due to the ongoing situation, there are currently no plans to reopen library buildings to the public.

We would also like to reassure library users that if they have any items out on loan, we will be automatically renewing them. We encourage you to access reading resources online, including free e-books, e-audiobooks and e-magazines and newspapers via the Aura website: www.aura.wales/libraries .  

We are very much looking forward to seeing you soon.” 

Order by email: [email protected] or telephone: 01352 703750.

Any further updates regarding Aura’s Library Services will be communicated on our social media platforms (Facebook: @walesaura Twitter: @aura_wales) and its website: www.aura.wales 

 

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