Earby Library closed for maintenance soon

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Earby Library is due to be closed for about two months for essential maintenance.



The library will be closed to the public from Monday 27 September while work takes place to replace the building's boiler and heating system.

It is thought this work will be completed by Monday 29 November, however visitors are asked to check the library website for updates.

People are asked not to return books to Earby Library while it is closed. Books can be returned to any other Lancashire Library, renewed in person, by phone, or online.

The nearest alternative library is at Barnoldswick, on Fern Lea Avenue.

County Councillor Peter Buckley, Lancashire County Council's cabinet member for community and cultural services, said: "We're sorry for any inconvenience while Earby Library is closed, and would ask people to consider using the many services available online, or a nearby alternative, for the next couple of months.

"The essential maintenance to the building that is needed will be carried out during those two months. However, as part of this involves replacing the boiler and the heating system, these tasks can only be done while the library is closed to the public.

"We hope that we'll be able to reopen Earby Library within this timeframe, however please check our website where we'll put an update as soon as we know exactly when we're able to reopen the library."

Find our more about Earby Library.

You can renew books online, in person, or by phone via our 24-hour automated service 0300 123 6704 (library card number and PIN required) or with our Customer Contact Centre 0300 123 6703.

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