Library users in Denbighshire are being reminded that online services will continue during the upcoming lockdown.
Denbighshire libraries will close on October 23 after the Welsh Government announced a ‘firebreak’ lockdown.
The online digital library for downloadable books, newspapers and magazines will continue to operate through the coming weeks, and orders for books can be placed online for collection or delivery once that is allowed.
Cllr Tony Thomas, Denbighshire County Council’s Lead Member for Housing and Communities, said: “Following the announcement from the Welsh Government, libraries in the county will close in line with the new regulations.
“We would like to thank residents for their patience during this time and remind customers that there are a wealth of books, newspapers and magazines available through our website.
“New customers can still sign up to join the service for free on the Denbighshire Libraries website.
“Customers are encouraged to contact their library before Friday if they want to have a supply of books to read over the next few weeks or if they need to access the library computers.”
All books currently on loan are being automatically renewed and members are asked to keep their books at home until they can be returned to the library.
Further information at www.denbighshire.gov.uk/