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National Lockdown: January 2021–
Newman Library remains open during the current National Lockdown. However, you should only travel to campus to use the Library if you are unable to study effectively at home, and you must adhere to all the safety regulations that we have put in place: 

  • You MUST wear a face covering at all times (unless exempt) whilst you are in the Library for a Click & Visit or a Click & Study booking
  • You MUST NOT work with anyone else in the Library: all Click & Study bookings are for individual study spaces, even if you are from the same household or social bubble


Newman University Library is open if you have a pre-booked appointment for: 
•         Click and Visit - browse the shelves, issue and return books, print (using your own device), use the photocopier, borrow a laptop, ask us a question
•         Click and Study – book an individual study space to work at (automatically includes Click and Visit to allow you to use facilities within the library) 

You can also come into the Library if you have a timetabled class in CH004, CH116 or CH212. You do not need to book for this, but you must go directly to the room, and leave immediately when your class has finished.

If you only want to return your library books, we now have a secure box outside the Library where you can return them without having to book an appointment to enter the library.

Please see the Library's COVID-19 webpage for details of the changes to our services. 

Library opening hours


For the most up to date COVID-19 related changes, check our COVID-19 webpage.

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