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Fines waived and library books extended during health crisis

Fines waived and library books extended during health crisis

Surbiton and Tolworth libraries are closed for the foreseeable future because of the coronavirus crisis, but there is no need to worry if you currently have a book on loan or your membership card is due to expire. All borrowed items have been automatically renewed until April 30. Fines will also be automatically waived until the

Surbiton and Tolworth libraries are closed for the foreseeable future because of the coronavirus crisis, but there is no need to worry if you currently have a book on loan or your membership card is due to expire.

  • All borrowed items have been automatically renewed until April 30.
  • Fines will also be automatically waived until the end of the month.
  • Library cards, due to expire soon have been extended until the end of June.
  • Items that have been reserved will be kept until the end of April.
  • And all new members joining online now will be able to automatically access the online resources.

Kingston Council library services including its e-books and audio books, its catalogue of books, CDs and DVDs and its online reference room can be accessed here 24 hours a day using your library membership card.

If you want to set up an online library account contact the library team at libwteam@kingston.gov.uk.

You can also tune in here to its exciting programme of live streaming events including the popular Rhyme Time for Under 5s on Tuesdays at 11am, anxiety workshops, and e-book reviews every day at 3.30pm.

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