Dudley Libraries Upgrades To Cause Minor Disruption

The ICT systems at two Dudley borough libraries are being upgraded to improve facilities for visitors but people are being warned of disruption during the essential work.

On Sunday February 19, the public access computers, online library catalogues and self-service kiosks will be out of service at Dudley and Stourbridge libraries during the work.

Both libraries will open from 10am to 1.30pm as normal and all other services will be unaffected.   Staff will be able to help visitors borrow, renew and return items. People will still be able to access the libraries online services when logging on from home or other locations. Councillor Rachel Harris, cabinet member responsible for libraries, said:

“To ensure we deliver effective online services, it is essential our networks are maintained and upgraded.  We’ve chosen to carry out these works on a Sunday, when only two of our libraries are open, in order to reduce the impact on the service and to our visitors.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused.”

To find out more about library services and activities go to dudley.gov.uk/libraries.


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