Kinver Community Library is opening its doors to borrowers at 10am on Tuesday 4 May. After months of absence, people will be allowed into the library building to browse the shelves and stock-up for a good read.

Hours of opening are being extended, from 10am to 4pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 10am to 1pm on Saturdays. Computer use is also back, on a restricted basis, with usage limited to one-hour sessions. This must be pre-booked by calling 01384 872348 during our open hours.

Library Chairman Paul Wooddisse said: “We have had a long wait to open our doors to borrowers and we are really delighted to be back in business. I think people will be pleased with all the new titles we have in stock – boxes of new books have been piling in. Come along and take a look.”

All visitors should note that Covid rules continue to apply, with a one-way system into and out of library grounds in place and a limited number of people allowed into the building at any one time. Face masks must be worn, hands sanitised and social distancing observed at all times.