DURSLEY, Wotton and Berkeley libraries, along with others across the county, will open their doors again next week.

Readers will be able to browse, borrow and return items and use a computer from Monday.

Not only are libraries re-opening but they have fully restocked the shelves ready for you to delve in to the UK’s top titles.

Customers will see a wide range of fiction and non-fiction for children, young people and adults including some old favourites and the works of popular authors that have been recently well-reviewed. Gloucestershire Libraries have also invested in more copies of those books that are in high demand to help reduce the waiting time for available copies.

Jane Everiss, head of Gloucestershire Libraries, said: “We can’t wait to welcome you back to our libraries and we have invested in lots of new stock ready for you to enjoy.

“If you are visiting us, we have measures in place to keep you safe but if you can’t visit us yet, our online services are still available. We can’t wait to see you!”

All visits will be managed with social distancing and there will be a limit to how many people can be in the library at one time.

If you haven’t joined your library go to gloucestershire.gov.uk/libraries/join-the-library