Automatic Renewals for 21 and 7 day loans

From 7th January all 7 and 21 day loan items on loan to library borrowers will be automatically renewed by the system two days before they are due to be returned. This will happen unless items have been requested by another borrower or your account has been blocked.

You will receive an email listing the renewals attempted and whether or not they were successful.  Items are renewed to the same day of the week that they were originally on loan to. We are doing this to help part-time students.

Items requested by another borrower will have to be returned before or on the due date to avoid charges.

Loans will continue to be automatically renewed until your library account expires unless they are requested by another borrower or your account is blocked.

 

Please note:

21 and 7 day loan books will not be automatically renewed if:

  • Your card has expired
  • You owe more than £10 in charges or have long overdue loans.
  • You have a Global Block on your account
  • Items have been requested by someone else
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