Volunteers needed at Ludgershall Library

23rd September 2019, 2:05pm | By Jane Hunt |

Volunteers needed at Ludgershall Library

Volunteers needed to help at Ludgershall Library

We are currently looking for extra volunteers to get involved at Ludgershall Library. Our Community Library Volunteers operate the library during its opening hours. This is a great role if you enjoy meeting people of all ages and have a love of books and reading.

Our volunteers provide a friendly welcome to all visitors and assist them with using the library services. This includes dealing with straightforward enquiries; assisting with the self-service machines; shelving the stock and helping customers to log onto the public access computers.

We are looking for volunteers who can be flexible about their availability and are able to do a minimum of two sessions per month. Volunteer sessions normally last between 2 -3 hours. Please see below for the current volunteer operated opening hours. All volunteer sessions are within these opening hours:

Ludgershall Library opening hours

Tuesday         3-6 pm

Wednesday    2-5 pm

Friday             9.30 am – 12.30 pm

If you are interested in volunteering at Ludgershall Library and would like further details about the Community Library Volunteer role please contact Jane Hunt either on 01225 713792 or by email at jane.hunt@wiltshire.gov.uk

 

 

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