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General Enquiries

Swindon Borough Council
Civic Offices
Euclid Street
Swindon
SN1 2JH

Telephone:

01793 445500

Minicom:

01793 436659

Comments & Complaints

Giving us your feedback

Libraries

Holidays and Planned Closures

Christmas and New year opening

Library Date Open/closed
Central
Even Swindon
Highworth
Liden
Moredon and Rodbourne Cheney
Old Town
Park
Pinehurst
Upper Stratton
Walcot
Wroughton
Mobile Service
21 December 2009 Open as normal
Central
Covingham
Highworth
Liden
Moredon and Rodbourne Cheney
North Swindon
Old Town
Park
Penhill
Upper Stratton
Walcot
West Swindon
Wroughton
Mobile Service
22 December 2009 Open as normal
Central
Covingham
Highworth
Even Swindon
North Swindon
West Swindon
Mobile Service
23 December 2009

Open as normal

(West Swindon will extend their hours to 5pm)

Central Library Express zone 24 December 2009 Open from 8.30am to 5pm
All Libraries 25 to 28 December 2009 inclusive

Closed

Central
Covingham
Highworth
Liden
Moredon and Rodbourne Cheney
North Swindon
Old Town
Park
Penhill
Upper Stratton
Walcot
West Swindon
Wroughton
Mobile Service
29 December 2009

Open as normal

(West Swindon library will closed at 7pm)

Central
Covingham
Highworth
Even Swindon
North Swindon
West Swindon
Mobile Service
30 December 2009

Open as normal

(West Swindon library will extend their hours to 5pm)

Central
Covingham
Even Swindon
Highworth
Moredon and Rodbourne Cheney
Park
Pinehurst
Upper Stratton
Walcot
West Swindon
Wroughton
Mobile Service
31 December 2009

Libraries will close at 5pm with the exception of:

Even Swindon Library will close at 4pm

Walcot Library will close at 1pm

West Swindon Library will close at 3.30pm

All Libraries 1 January 2010 Closed
All Libraries 2 January 2010 Open as normal

Christmas Guide 2009

Your Essential Guide to Christmas and New Year
Holiday opening times, waste and recycling dates, events, activities, advice and much more...

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