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By Ted Lush, TCC Chairman - 22nd March 2020 6:00am
Library users may have found that Tarvin Library was closed on Thursday 19 March. This was due to a staff shortage.
Sadly Cheshire West and Chester Council have now announced that, apart from a scaled down service in the foyer of Storyhouse, all libraries in the borough are closed with effect from Friday 20 March, until further notice. Tarvin Library is therefore closed for an indeterminate period.To help library users, the Council has: extended all loans until the end of April and will continue to review this as necessary.
They have also halted any new fines for overdue books or borrowed items and removed the limit on all renewals. In addition they have removed the charge for holds not collected. People can access eBooks, audio downloads and eMagazines free of charge on the library service website: www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/libraries
Loans can be renewed online, by phone 0300 123 7739 or by email email@example.com
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