High Life Highland is now into its bouncebackcampaign as it looks to open our locations in a safe, controlled and gradual manner. Find our more about our campaign by clicking the link.
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Highland Libraries Facebook aims to promote the use of library and information services to meet the educational, information, cultural and recreational needs of Highland communities through the use of interactive social media technologies.
We are delighted to announce that we're starting to BounceBack! Like and follow our page to get updates as soon as they're released. The listed libraries will be available for Collect and Return - all other libraries remain closed at this time whilst we introduce safety measures for both staff and customers. Staff will be in touch with Far North Mobile customers to make arrangements for visits.
Thurso Library – 22 July 2020
Nairn Library – 23 July 2020
Inverness Library – 27 Jul 2020
Fort William - Library 29 Jul 2020
Far North Mobile Library – 20 Jul 2020
Dingwall and Portree Libraries – Early/Mid Aug 2020
High Life Highland has written to members advising how the charity plans to “bounceback” from the global pandemic in line with the latest developments within Scottish Government Route Map to recovery. Steve Walsh, High Life Highland’s Chief Executive, said, “We care passionately about what w...