Archive for September, 2020

Wednesday 30 Sep 2020


Warwickshire Mobile Library Service

The regular mobile library service is not currently in operation. We are in the process of making sure that our mobile libraries are Covid-safe and ensuring that they are road worthy after a lengthy period off the road.

In the meantime, we are offering a temporary service called Select and Collect. This is a very simple idea where we choose the books for you and one of our drivers brings the books out to the regular mobile library stop in a smaller van for you to collect. Visits are every 4 weeks on the same day and time.

Books are limited to 4 each and unfortunately you would not be able to order specific titles at this time. It is also important to mention that we are only able to serve those who have registered prior to van arriving.

If you are interested in this service and you haven’t heard from the Mobile Library Team already, please contact us or 01926 851031

Monday 21 Sep 2020


Yesterday, Sunday 20th at approx 11:30-11:45 am, an elderly gentleman was walking his dog along Rugby Rd (left hand side towards Rugby, near the pedestrian crossing) when he was approached by a slim built young woman in a hi viz vest, estimated at 20 years of age and 5ft4/5ft 5in tall with a pony tail.The woman spoke with a foreign accent, but good English, and asked the gentleman to sign a document on a clipboard that was apparently supporting the RSPCA. She was extremely over friendly, kissing his neck and telling him how nice he was and then left quickly, heading towards Coventry. Upon returning home, he noticed that his gold necklace was missing and immediately phoned the police, who have since visited and are now investigating. This email is sent as a warning to others, but also if you have any further information or CCTV evidence that could help, please phone the police via 101