Read all about it: the mobile library is back out on Nottinghamshire roads
Mobile libraries are back on the roads of Nottinghamshire — but offering a click-and-collect service only.
Most of the county’s regular libraries re-opened in July, but with reduced opening hours and services.
The mobile libraries started running on Monday. They provide books for loan for both adults and children and also carry many titles of large print, and talking books.
Items can be requested in the same way as with a regular library, and will be available to collect when the mobile library next visits.
Items borrowed can be returned to any mobile or local library.
Mobile libraries have a lift that can accommodate wheelchair users or people who find steps difficult, but due to covid-19 only the mobile library drivers are currently allowed access.
Routes remain unchanged and villages covered include Averham, Bathley, Caunton, Kelham, Little Carlton, North and South Muskham, Upton, Winkburn, East Bridgford, Newton, Shel- ford, Farndon, Barnby, Coddington, Stapleford, East Stoke, Elston, Flintham, Kneeton, Sibthorpe, Bleasby, Caythorpe, Fiskerton, Gibs mere, Gunthorpe, Hazleford, Morton, Rolleston, Thur- garton, Orston, Aslockton, Car Colston, Whatton, Bilsthorpe, Edingle,y Gonalston, Halam, Oxton, Alverton, Flawborough, Staunton, Elton, Granby, Langar, Sutton, Cotham, Besthorpe, Brough, Holme, Langford, South Scarle, Winthorpe, Eakring, Kersall Kneesall, Laxton, Moorhouse, Norwell, Ossington, Carlton-on-Trent, Cromwell, Grassthorpe, Normanton-on-Trent, Weston, Girton, Harby, North and South Clifton and Spalford.