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Alkrington Library

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Alkrington Library updates

Alkrington Library is only open for the Request and Collect library books service.


Address: Alkrington Library, Kirkway, Middleton M24 1LW.
Location on map: view Alkrington Library on Google Maps.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Opening times at Alkrington Library

The Request and Collect service at this library is available during the following hours.

Day​Opening times
Monday-Friday​9.30am-1pm and 2pm-4.30pm
Saturday and Sunday Closed
​Bank holidays​Closed

Services at Alkrington Library

Alkrington Library is open for the following limited services:

  • Return books - you can return books by placing them in the boxes near the library doors, labelled 'return boxes'. This includes any books you borrowed before the coronavirus outbreak.
  • Request and Collect library books - a new service which allows existing library members to borrow books without going into the library.

Facilities and access at Alkrington Library

Alkrington Library has a FREE car park with disabled parking bays and ramped access.

Contact

0300 303 8876

Phone: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.

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  • Download the latest eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines to your smartphone, tablet or desktop.
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  • Borrow items from any library in the Greater Manchester Consortium.

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