Moreton Library is the ninth of the borough’s libraries to reopen their doors as it welcomes back the public from Tuesday 24 August.
Just in time for adults and children to take part in the popular summer reading challenge , the reopening of Moreton Library will give more of the borough’s residents access to reading materials.
Moreton joins Bebington, Birkenhead, Bromborough, Eastham, Greasby, Rock Ferry, Wallasey and West Kirby as the latest library to open its doors.
Opening hours of Moreton Library are Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm and Saturday at 9am to 1pm on every other weekend starting Saturday 28 August.
Moreton, as other library sites, will still be operating under restrictions – with staff wearing face coverings, social distancing, one-way systems in operation and hand sanitising stations at the entrance and exit points. Visitors are asked to follow the same guidance to help keep themselves, other visitors, and staff safe at the library.
The library will only be open for browsing and borrowing of books for the time being however, the online library can be accessed as usual for other services such as Find My Past and Oxford Art Collections. Residents can join the library for free at any time by visiting the council’s website .
As the council reintroduces more services, and reopen more library sites, residents are also being invited to share their thoughts on what they like most about the library service, both at our buildings and online, and how things could be done better so that the library service can support the needs of the community both now and for future generations.
To share your ideas, visit Wirral’s Have Your Say website , email the team on firstname.lastname@example.org or visit one of the open libraries to complete a paper copy. Visit the council’s website to see which libraries are currently open and their opening times www.wirral.gov.uk/findalibrary