Posted on Tuesday 11th April 2023
From Monday 17 April, library improvements will start at Heath Hayes community managed library.
The work will include the provision of a new accessible toilet. To ensure the work can be carried out safely, the library will be temporarily closed from Monday 17 April reopening again on Monday 24 April.
Customers are being encouraged to borrow extra books to cover the period of closure. Requested books will be held for customers and no overdue charges are applicable. People are also being reminded that they can continue to reserve or renew books online at Staffordshire library catalogue (sirsidynix.net.uk), where people can also access the e-library of e-books, e-audio and e-magazines.
Philip White, deputy leader at Staffordshire County Council said:
“This improvement work is great news for library customers, especially for people with disabilities.
“Heath Hayes community managed library is a popular library that offers a wide range of services and activities, and hires a meeting room to local groups.
“Our libraries continue to be hubs within local communities, and we continue to invest in them. They not only help bring people together, but they also provide access to many resources, vital services, learning opportunities and the chance to take part in new activities.”
Heath Hayes community managed library is run by volunteers and managed by Midlands Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (MPUFT).