Update from Hannah at the Library
Dear Knighton Library Customers
How are you all? I hope you are all managing to cope and stay healthy in these strange new times!
In case you have the inclination to continue or begin a new project and look into your history;
Access to Ancestry has been temporarily expanded to library members accessing it from home, courtesy of ProQuest and its partner Ancestry. This is available in the first instance up to April 30th.
The link to Ancestry is now available via the Library catalogue, links below
Bracken Trust are still offering a nurse and counsellor telephone support service for anyone affected by cancer, caring for someone who has cancer or who is bereaved as a result of cancer. Please call 01597 823646
We have been busy putting together a one stop leaflet with information on who to contact for various needs. If you can print one off for an elderly or vulnerable person, please do. Thank you.
We have attached the leaflets in English, Hungarian, Polish and Welsh.
At the bottom we have also attached a list of all shops / services open or delivering.
Dear Knighton Library Customers,
During this unusual time there is no need to worry about any library books that you have at home.
You do not need to return any books to the library.
The post box outside the library will not be in use for returns or post.
All books will be automatically renewed and there will be NO fines!
Look after yourselves and stay well
Due to the new directives the Library will now be closed for the foreseeable future.
Thank you to all the volunteers and staff that helped during this worrying time and we look forward to welcoming everyone back when it is safe to do so.