St Helens Library to reopen for essential computer use and click and collect service

St Helens Library - based in the World of Glass Museum - will reopen for essential computer access and a click and collect book service on Monday 8 March.

From Monday 8 March, St Helens Library will reopen for essential computer access and a click and collect book service.

Based in the World of Glass Museum, St Helens Library – which opened in September 2020 – joins Chester Lane Library in offering IT support, available to book by appointment for up to 45 minutes at a time during opening hours to assist with essential tasks such as study, access to benefits, searches for work and training opportunities.

For library members wanting to borrow books, a click and collect service will also be available at this site. View the catalogue here: https://sthlibrarieswp.koha-ptfs.co.uk/

To accommodate housebound residents, places are still available on the Home Delivery Library Service which allows members to enjoy up to 20 books or audio books delivered direct to the home once a month.

Meanwhile, digital content including e-books, e-audiobooks, e-magazines and e-comics are available to access 24/7 using a library card by visiting https://sthlibrarieswp.koha-ptfs.co.uk/ 

All items currently on loan are renewed until 1st April. Any library items currently out on loan can be returned to Chester Lane, Eccleston, Newton-le-Willows, Parr, St Helens, Haydock, Rainhill ​and Thatto Heath libraries. ​Fines for overdue items have been removed.

Computer booking details:

Chester Lane Library – call 01744 677081 or email chesterlanelibrary@sthelens.gov.uk

St Helens – call 01744 676954 or email sthelenslibrary@sthelens.gov.uk

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