Libraries to reopen in April

East Sussex Library and Information service have told us they expect to reopen all 17 libraries in April.

This will be for for browsing and non-essential computer use, in line with Government guidance.

Remember you can reserve books or use the Select and Collect service and pick them up from the front entrance of your nearest library.

They also have computers available for essential use – such as universal credit application and internet banking – that you can book in advance.

And of course, the e-Library featuring a wealth of newspapers; magazines; books and audiobooks, is open 24 hours a day.

More information about library services, opening hours and restrictions, is available on the website or by calling 0345 60 80 196.

The East Sussex Children’s Book Club

The Library service have found some great new reads for you to enjoy and share with your children and grandchildren. 

The East Sussex Children’s Book Club (#ESCBC21) is an opportunity to encourage children to read and share stories during this period of lockdowns and restrictions.

The books have adventures, mysteries, fantasies, beasts and baddies. 

All the books are available on Libby, our eBook platform, or they can be reserved by calling 0345 60 80 196.