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Coronavirus update

All of Norfolk’s libraries and library services have now been closed until further notice due to the Government’s guidance on coronavirus. This includes mobile libraries, the home library service, and Open Library.

All borrowed items have been automatically renewed until further notice, and we are asking people to keep library books at home for the time being.

Please be reassured that you will not be charged overdue fees, and any existing charges will not increase over time. This covers all items, including books, DVDs and music.

Unfortunately, you will not be able to reserve items, or request inter-library loans whilst our libraries are closed.

What library users can still do

Customers can download a range of free eBooks, newspapers and audio books, using their library card. People can also sign up to the Library Service online and receive a library card in the post. All library events have been cancelled, but there will be Storytimes, Bounce and Rhyme and a range of other offers online during closure. For more information visit the Library Services section.

To keep up with the latest information please follow us on:

Twitter: @NorfolkLibs
Facebook: @NorfolkLibrariesUK
Instagram: norfolklibraries

Registration services in libraries

See here for any updates regarding closures to registration services across Norfolk, which will include the registrars based at Great Yarmouth and Thetford libraries.

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