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Mobile Library 2 Routes

Limited library services

Please view our library updates page for information on the mobile libraries that are currently running and our other services.

To find your local mobile library you can use the A - Z of villages or select a day of the week.

Week 1

Route 1

Tutbury.

Route 2

Rocester, Denstone, Mayfield, Ilam, Alstonefield, Grindon, Oakamoor, Upper Tean, Checkley.

Day 3

Day off road.

Route 4

Marchington, Draycott in the Clay, Yoxall, Colton, Hoar Cross, Hanbury.

Route 5

Anslow, Burton, Branston.

 

Week 2

Route 6

Stretton.

Route 7

Stonnall, Drayton Bassett, Mile Oak, Amington, Hopwas, Whittington Barracks, Whittington, Swinfen.

Route 8

Dilhorne, Consall, Cheddleton, Ipstones, Cotton, Alton.

Route 9

Rolleston.

Route 10

Alrewas, Elford, Clifton Campville, Edingale.

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