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Kildare Libraries – Open by Appointment from Monday 10th May

Kildare Library Service are pleased to announce that from today, Monday May 10th it will be possible to book a 30 minute browsing appointment for your local library at

This visit is for browsing and lending only. It is not possible to visit the library for PC usage or studying at this time.

All Kildare libraries will provide this service during normal service hours. A full list of library opening hours and contact information is available at

Please do not attend the library, borrow or return library items, if you or someone in your household has symptoms of Covid-19. Please do not resume any of these library services until you, or they, have completed the 14 day isolation period and are fever free for the last 5 days.During your visit, please adhere to public health advice regarding social distancing, hand washing/sanitising and mask wearing.

Please remember to bring your library card to avail of self-service options for borrowing 
and returning library items.

If you have lost your card, staff will provide you with a replacement.

Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.

Many thanks for your co-operation and enjoy your visit.

Our privacy statement can be found at

We are so excited to welcome you back in to our libraries to browse our collections and make requests for items to help you switch off at home. Remember under the Government’s Keep Well Campaign – Switching off and being creative or learning something new, getting back to nature, and finding ways to relax can help our general wellbeing. For more information check out our blog posts here and here or take a look at the Kildare County Council’s Keep Well page for the latest activities to help you Keep Well.

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