Partington Library Coronavirus Please read our coronavirus (COVID-19) library services page for information on how our libraries are operating during the coronavirus outbreak Partington Library and Wellbeing Centre91 Central RoadPartingtonM31 4FY Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 0161 912 3189 Opening hours Partington Library opening hours: Partington Library opening times DayOpening hours Monday 10am - 5pm Tuesday 10am - 5pm Wednesday Closed Thursday 10am - 5pm Friday 10am - 5pm Saturday 10am - 4pm What’s On Storytime Tuesday from 2:00pm Stock available We have a large selection of eBooks and eAudio available from Borrowbox. Items which are not in stock at Partington Library but are available from another Trafford library can be requested free of charge. Partington Library has the following items available for loan: For Adults Popular, mainly paperback novels. Non-fiction books with the emphasis on recreational interest such as gardening, cookery, travel, sport and biography. Large print books. Talking Books CD For 14+ A range of material chosen to appeal to this age group For Children Stories for all ages from the youngest up to 13+. Junior non-fiction. Talking Books on CD Other services Free reservations for any item in stock or on order at any Trafford library. 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. A Library shop offering quality goods at affordable prices, including stationery, books, greeting cards and gift-wrap, educational wallcharts and workbooks, Readyspex reading glasses and CD-ROMs. Sales of withdrawn stock. Accessibility All services on ground level with automatic door entry People's Network PC accessible for wheelchair users Parking Free parking is available at the fromt of the library and in the large public car park at the side of the library.