LONGNIDDRY and Port Seton libraries have reopened with new restrictions in place due to coronavirus.

Longniddry Library is open for limited browsing in addition to its click and collect service.

It also has revised opening hours to Monday-Wednesday and Friday 10am-1pm and 2-4pm, and Saturday 10am-1pm.

The number of people entering the library is limited and people are asked to make an appointment before they visit, rules that apply to all of the libraries in East Lothian that are open (Haddington, Musselburgh, Dunbar, North Berwick and Longniddry).

Each appointment will last for a maximum of 30 minutes. Those who attend without an appointment will only be given access if staff can safely accommodate other customers at the same time; if not, an appointment will be booked for a later date.

To make an appointment, book online, email or call the relevant library.

Port Seton and Tranent Libraries are offering a click and collect service and resuming PC use.

They have also introduced limited opening hours, which are 10am-1pm and 2-4pm Tuesday, Thursday and Friday for Port Seton and 10am-1pm and 2-4pm Thursday and Friday and 10am-1pm on Saturday for Tranent.

Those who are not a library member or do not have access to the internet are asked to phone either library, where staff will be able to help.

Computer bookings will last for an hour per session, with one booking allowed per person per day and fewer computers available to allow for enhanced cleaning.

Those who visit any library in East Lothian are asked to wear a face covering if possible, with one way-systems and staff wearing PPE.