Are libraries open in North Yorkshire?

Are libraries open in North Yorkshire?

Most libraries in North Yorkshire are open to enable customers to browse and to choose their own books. Safeguards will be in place – Customers will need to wear face coverings, hand sanitiser will be available, the Track and Trace system will operate and numbers will be limited.

How do I sign in to my North Yorkshire County Council account?

You can sign in to accounts you have with North Yorkshire County Council from this page. Log in to your jobs account to view previous job applications, save your details and sign-up for job alerts.

How do I renew my library books?

Books can be renewed anytime through your online library account. Renew your books. You can also renew items by calling 01609 532774 and entering your library card number and PIN. You may also renew your books by: bringing the book details to your library; telephoning your local library; or.

What does Plan B mean for libraries in North Yorkshire?

The government has announced that England will move to Plan B in response to the risks of the Omicron variant. See Covid-19 advice and information. Most libraries in North Yorkshire are open to enable customers to browse and to choose their own books.

What are the hours of operation for UK libraries?

Mon-Thurs: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm. Fri: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Sat-Sun: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Visit Hours at a Glance for a full list of UK Libraries’ current hours of operation. For more information about operations and service updates for the spring semester, click here.

What does the University of Kentucky Libraries have to do with violence?

The University of Kentucky Libraries stands with the University of Kentucky in recognizing the reprehensible continued acts of violence against Black Americans in our country. We denounce the