This page collects together the Library’s information regarding COVID-19 and our services during the pandemic.
UPDATED AS OF 23/4/2021.
Following Scottish Government guidelines, we are pleased to inform you that the library has re-opened. Our working hours are Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm. While we will still need to control the number of people in the library, we have limited spaces available for independent work and study.
Our Click and Collect service and our free postal borrowing offer will remain available until further notice.
If you have any questions about any of the following, please contact us on email@example.com
The Scottish Poetry Library is staffed weekdays from 10am – 2pm. In addition to welcoming visitors back into the building, we’re offering:
- Free postal loans with extended borrowing periods.
- A ‘click and collect’ service; consult our catalogue to see if we have the book you want and then email our reception to secure the book; you can then come down to the Library and pick up the books.
We’ll monitor the situation on a weekly basis and respond to the Scottish Government guidance when necessary.
A handy guide to answering questions regarding the Library’s re-opening. Click here to read.
We shall be updating users as to the progress of the Library’s re-opening, with information, reflections on the process and images.
One of our main sources of reference for managing our services coming out of the lockdown in the safest way is a document produced by SLIC and the Scottish Government for public libraries, which can be read here.