Having closed its doors on 2nd November 2020, Enderby Community Library could fully re-open to borrowers in June.
Forced to close because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Library nevertheless promoted online and family oriented activities over the last festive period and maintained links with library users through its Facebook page.
Plans for a ‘phased re-opening’ were discussed at a meeting of the Enderby Library Management Committee (ELMC) on Tuesday 16th March.
Beginning with opening two days in April and then possibly moving to three days in May was seen to be the way forward.
If government regulations permit, the library may be operational for three days a week in May. The aim would be for groups and activities to re-commence from June 21st.
The committee decided on a cautious approach bearing in mind both the safety of the volunteer staff as well as the user base.
Depending on the restrictions in place at the time there could be a return to normal working, including group activities, in June this year.