Three more Bradford Libraries are set to reopen on Monday.

Bingley, Eccleshill and Laisterdyke Libraries join City Library, Keighley and Shipley in opening for essential IT use, bookable study space, browsing and self-service issue and return, as well as continuing Order & Collect service throughout the day.

Library layout and access to services have been adapted to ensure customers and staff remain safe.

Public computers for essential use will be available between 12 noon and 6.30pm, in 45 minute slots.

These must be booked with staff beforehand by contacting the library by phone or email. The library service has introduced a new self-service system for printing and a written guide will be available to help with this new process.

Customers will be able choose books and self-service issue between 12 noon and 6.30pm. Customer numbers will be limited in order to maintain social distancing, and browsing sessions limited to 20 minutes with no booking necessary.

There will also be bookable study space. The priority will be for school pupils and students after 3.30pm for 90 minutes per booked session.

The Order and Collect Service that has been operating in many libraries will continue as normal from 9.30am and be available all day.

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A Bradford Council spokesman said: "We look forward to welcoming our customers back into our libraries. All our libraries will eventually be open for more services over the coming weeks."