Our libraries started reopening earlier this month, and from today, Monday 20 July, more libraries will be opening to public access with the expected rules around social distancing.
At the start of July, three libraries – in Braunton, Chudleigh and Honiton – opened as a pilot with public access to choose books from shelves and use the computers. A fourth, in Brixham, also run by Libraries Unlimited, opened for public access.
Elsewhere in Devon, ‘Choose and Collect’ services have been operating, and people have been telephoning or emailing their library and arranging a collection date.
But from today, Monday 20 July, more libraries will be opening to public access with the expected rules around social distancing, including those in Crediton, Dartmouth, Exmouth, Ilfracombe, Okehampton, Sidmouth, St Thomas (Exeter), South Molton and Tavistock.
You’ll also be asked to wear face coverings at our libraries from Friday 24 July.