Denbighshire County Council are delighted to announce that residents in St Asaph will soon be able to access the wealth of services and information available at the city’s library and One Stop Shop on Saturday mornings, allowing more convenient times for families, children and working people to visit.
The library and One Stop Shop currently opens on Tuesday afternoons but the Council has decided that, as of week commencing 6th June, the building will close on Tuesdays and open its doors on Saturday mornings instead, in direct response to feedback received from the public.
The new opening times as of Monday, 6 June will be:
Monday 9.30 -5 (Closed between 12.30-1.30)
Wednesday 9.30-5 (Closed between 12.30-1.30)
Friday 9.30-5 (Closed between 12.30-1.30)
Councillor Hugh Irving, Cabinet Lead Member for Customers, said: “We have listened to the feedback received by residents and are opening our doors to the public on Saturday mornings, to allow more people the chance to visit when they have some time available.
“This is an exciting development for St Asaph Library and One Stop Shop and we will be keeping track of how many people are using the service on a Saturday morning before deciding whether this should become a more permanent arrangement.
“We will also be asking people their views on what kind of community events they would like to see happening in their library in future. It’s a facility for local people and we want to plan a variety of activities that would be of interest to people living in the city, as well as visitors”.