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Libraries - Longton Library

Important information

From Monday 26 April 2021 - Open Access will allow you to browse and borrow books and use a PC at Longton Library. The library will also be running a Click, Call and Collect service.

The latest information about library reopenings and the Click, Call and Collect Service - including more details on how they work and frequently asked questions - is available here.

 

Brief details on library reopenings

Following government guidance you will soon have more choice in how you can borrow books and we'll be providing access to more services from Stoke-on-Trent Libraries.

We will be reopening some libraries, meaning you will be able to browse and borrow books from the shelves, use a PC and use the photocopier - we are calling this Open Access. 

From Monday 12 April 2021 Open Access will allow you to browse and borrow books and use a PC at City Central Library and Stoke Library

From Monday 19 April 2021 Open Access will allow you to browse and borrow books and use a PC at Tunstall Library.

From Monday 26 April 2021 Open Access will allow you to browse and borrow books and use a PC at Longton Library

Bentilee Library and Meir Library will continue to offer Click, Call and Collect but we are working hard to be able to provide more services from these locations as soon as possible.

You will still be able to use Click, Call and Collect at libraries after Open Access is introduced. 

Some Key Points

Click, Call and Collect

 

Address
Sutherland Institute, Lightwood Road
Longton
Stoke-on-Trent
postcode
ST3 4HY
longton.library@stoke.gov.uk
Opening hours
Monday – 10am-12.30pm and 1.30-4pm
Tuesday – 10am-12.30pm and 1.30-4pm
Wednesday – 10am-12.30pm and 1.30-4pm
Thursday – Closed
Friday – 10am-12.30pm and 1.30-4pm
Saturday – 10am-2pm
Sunday – Closed
Telephone
01782 238424
Notes

Staff at this library can help with:

  • information about Universal Credit
  • free access to computers (ends 15 minutes before library closes)
  • free wifi
  • free computer skills training
  • support to complete your Universal Credit form online
  • work clubs