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Fortrose library to resume service after lockdown amid click and collect bounce back plans by High Life Highland


By Federica Stefani

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Fortrose Library will resume a collect and return service as part of High Life Highland Bounce Back campaign.
Fortrose Library will resume a collect and return service as part of High Life Highland Bounce Back campaign.

A Black Isle library will reopen after closing its doors to the public because of the coronavirus pandemic.

From Monday, November 9, Fortrose Library will offer a collect and return service from the library's foyer, which will run from Monday to Friday.

The opening comes as part of the Bounce Back strategy put in place by High Life Highland in order to safely reopen community centres across the Highlands after lockdown.

Users wishing to request a book or item available at the will be able to do so by phoning or e-mailing the library staff at 01381 622235

or fortrose.library@highlifehighland.com, with specific times allocated for submitting requests.

The library staff will then arrange a date and time to collect and return items.

Transfers from other libraries are currently unavailable, as well as reservations, printing, photocopying, PC use and browsing.

More information on the service working hours can be found on the dedicated High Life Highland site or on Fortrose Library's official Facebook page .



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