Delivering exciting new facilities for Rhuddlan Library and One Stop Shop

Rhuddlan LibraryA special chapter is due to start in the history of Rhuddlan Library and One Stop Shop with work set to begin on developing exciting new facilities for its customers.

In a recent survey, customers told Denbighshire County Council that they don’t want to go to several offices to make enquiries, and want to choose how they access council services and keep in touch.

For Rhuddlan customers, this will soon become a reality as building works will shortly begin to ‘reshape’ the inside of the Library and One Stop Shop building, so that in future, customers will be able to access many different services from one location, and the local community will be able to use, to host their own events and activities.

In order to keep our customers and visitors safe while the building work is underway, Rhuddlan Library and One Stop Shop will close to the public from Thursday 13th October until December 2016.

Councillor Hugh Irving, Lead Member for Communities,Customer Care and Libraries, said: “We would like to thank customers in advance for their cooperation and understanding while the work is ongoing.

“This is a major development that will enhance the facilities for local people who use the wide range of services already on offer at Rhuddlan library.

“We understand the importance of the this service to local people and users of the library and One Stop Shop will enjoy the much- improved facilities when the site re-opens in December.”

Library items due to be returned on the 13th and 14th October will be accepted by staff when the library opens again, Monday 17th October at the temporary location at the usual times :

Rhuddlan Community Hall, Parliament Street, Rhuddlan, LL18 5PU

Monday 9:30 – 12:30 1:30 – 5pm
Wednesday 9:30 – 12:30 1:30 – 5pm
Thursday 1:30 – 5pm
Friday 9:30 – 12:30 1:30 – 5pm

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your cooperation and patience during this time.

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