Coppice Library Coronavirus Please visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates to library service page for important information on how our libraries are operating during the coronavirus outbreak Coppice AvenueSaleM33 4WDEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 0161 912 3560 Coppice Library and Wellbeing Centre is managed in partnership with blueSCI. Opening hours Coppice library is now open, our opening hours are 10am-5pm Monday to Friday. Books can be requested in advance and collected from Coppice Library. Please see our Order and Collect page for further details. Coppice Opening Day Open+ hours Staffed hours Monday 10am - 5pm 10am - 5pm Tuesday 10am - 5pm 10am - 5pm Wednesday 10am - 5pm 10am - 5pm Thursday 10am - 5pm 10am - 5pm Friday 10am - 5pm 10am - 5pm Saturday Closed Closed Staffed Times Using Open+ technology we have increased the opening times at Coppice Avenue Library for one hour in the morning and two hours in the evening. The library is staffed for the core hours of 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday and 10am - 4pm on Saturdays. Open+ Access Coppice Avenue Library has Open+ technology installed to enable the opening hours of the library to be extended without having to increase staff numbers. If you require this type of access you can call in at any library, or ring our Contact Centre on 912 3189. What's on Monday Readers' Group 1 meets on the first Monday of the month, 11am-12noon. See our Readers' Groups page for details. Tuesday O2 Tech Guru, 12noon-2pm - do you have a tech question? Book in to see Chris for help with your mobile phone, computer or tablet or for help with email and security. Citizens Advice appointments every Tuesday morning - please contact CAB Trafford on 0300 330 1153 to make an appointment. Coffee morning on the second Tuesday of the month 10.30am-12 noon, organised by the Friends of Coppice Library. Wednesday Small words, 10am-12noon - come and join an informal creative writing workshop. Rhymetime for under 5s 11 - 11:30am. Multicultural Women's Group 10am-12 noon. Readers' Group 2 - last Wednesday of the month, 2-3pm. See our Readers' Groups page for details. Harmony Club, 4-5.30pm - play, learn and relax. Natural healing, mindful thoughts, earthy arts and animal friends. Video-gaming club, Level Up, 4-5.30pm. ESOL assessments 10am-12 noon. Urdu language class by appointment 5-6pm. Thursday LEAF, 9,30am-12noon - coffee mornings for speakers of other languages. Meet new people, make friends, chat and join in with ESOL online learning. Friday Storytime, 9.15-10.15am - encourage your child's love of stories as Beanstalks Play Workers read and do crafts with the children, for children from 0 to 5 years. Saturday Councillor's Surgery - an opportunity to meet and talk to your local ward councillors at 2.45pm on the third Saturday of the month and 10.00am on the fifth Saturday of the month. Storytime, 10.30-11.30am on the first Saturday of the month - encourage your child's love of stories as Friends of Coppice Library read and do crafts with the children, for children from 0 to 5 years. Knitting Group, 10.30-12noon, bring your needles and knit and natter. Stock available We have a large selection of eBooks and eAudio available from Borrowbox. Items which are not in stock at Coppice Avenue Library but are available from another Trafford library can be requested free of charge. Coppice Library has the following items available for loan: For adults: Hardback and paperback fiction, including bestsellers and contemporary novels Non-fiction books ranging from popular interest topics to more academic subjects Large print books Talking books CD For 14+ A wide range of material chosen to appeal to this group For children: Stories for all ages from the youngest up to 13+ Junior non-fiction Talking Books on CD Council services 10am - 1pm and 2pm - 5pm weekdays 10am - 1pm and 2pm - 4pm Saturdays Housing Benefit and Council Tax Support Council Tax Blue Car Badges Housing Options verification Other services Free reservations for any item in stock or on order at any Trafford library Newspapers and magazines Reference and community information Computer facilities, including access to the internet, are available to library members via People's Network PCs Wi-fi Printing and scanning facilities Black and white and colour photocopying. Community learning events A range of adaptive equipment for customers with disabilities - please ask staff for details. Sales of withdrawn stock. Accessibility All services on ground level with automatic door entry Large free car park Disabled access parking space available People's Network PC accessible for wheelchair users Toilet for disabled users Large, cheerful children's section Parking There is a library car park with 20 spaces plus 2 disabled bays.