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Hertfordshire County Council

A library run in partnership with Kings Langley Library Community Volunteers.

Kings Langley Community Library
The Nap
Kings Langley
WD4 8ET

 
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Opening hours

We’re closed on all bank holidays.

Christmas and New Year opening hours

Sat 24 Dec 2022 – 9am – 1pm

Sun 25 Dec 2022 – closed

Mon 26 Dec 2022 – closed

Tues 27 Dec 2022 – closed

Wed 28 Dec 2022 – closed

Thurs 29 Dec 2022 – 2pm – 5pm

Fri 30 Dec 2022 – 9am – 5pm

Sat 31 Dec 2022 – 9am – 1pm

Sun 1 Jan 2023 – closed

Mon 2 Jan 2023 – closed

Tues 3 Jan 2023 – 2pm – 5pm

Monday

9am – 5pm

Tuesday

2pm – 5pm

Wednesday

Closed

Thursday

2pm – 5pm

Friday

9am – 5pm

Saturday

9am – 1pm

Sunday

Closed

Visiting the library

We'll continue taking steps to keep staff and visitors safe in the library, including:

  • screens on enquiry desks
  • hand sanitiser stations.

We encourage you to:

  • wear face coverings inside the library (unless exempt).
  • maintain a respectful distance between yourself, staff and other library users.

Please don't visit the library if you have COVID-19 symptoms.

 

Library facilities

  • Public parking nearby (Disabled parking bays)
  • Wheelchair access
  • Hearing loop

View the accessibility information for this venue

Accessibility information of venue

Services available

  • Photocopier
    20p for A4 black and white
    40p for A3 black and white
    60p for A4 colour
    £1.20 for A3 colour

Computers and internet

  • Book a computer
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Scanner
  • Computer costs: Library members – 1 hour free, then 4p a minute
    Non library members – £2.50 for 30 minutes
  • Printing costs: (A4 only)
    20p – single page, black and white
    60p – single page, colour

 

Volunteer at the community library

Apply to become a volunteer – this library is run in partnership with library community volunteers. If you'd like to volunteer, you'd be helping people use the library and our services. 

 

 

Events in your library

From author talks to baby rhyme times, there are events for everyone at libraries in Hertfordshire.

Find a library event

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Cookies

Like many other websites, we place small information files called 'cookies' on your computer.

Why do we use cookies?

To remember your settings, for example your language and location. This means you don’t have to keep entering these details when you visit a new page.

To find out how you use the site to help us update and improve it.

How do I change my cookie settings?

You can change the settings of your web browser so that it won’t accept cookies. For more information visit AboutCookies.org.

But, doing this may stop you from using some of the online features and services on this website. 

Cookies we use

Cookies do a lot of different jobs, and we use 2 types of cookies:

Required functionality cookies – these cookies are essential for the website to work.

Performance and feature cookies – these cookies help to improve the performance and feel of this website, for example providing you with personalised services.


Take a look at a list of cookies we use on our website:

NameTypeHow we use itHow long we use the information for

ASP.Net_Sessions

 

Required functionality

An automatic cookie set by our software. 

Just for the time you are on our website.

ServerID

 

Required functionality

An automatic cookie set by our software. 

Just for the time you are on our website.

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Required functionality

To track the effectiveness of our website using Google Analytics. 

2 years

saved-pages

Performance and feature

To save the pages that you visit by clicking the heart at the top of the page. 

1 month

geoPostcode

Performance and feature

This stores your postcode (or partial postcode) when we ask you for your location.

Just for the time you are on our website or 30 days (you choose this).

geoCoordinates

Performance and feature

This stores your location as a pair of latitude / longitude coordinates.

Just for the time you are on our website or 30 days (you choose this).

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Performance and feature

This keeps a history of all answers submitted to the ready reckoner.

This is set in the control for each ready reckoner. If you haven't interacted with the ready reckoner for the set amount of days, the cookies are deleted.

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Performance and feature

This keeps a history of what content cards are clicked on when using the ready reckoner.

This is set in the control for each ready reckoner. If you haven't interacted with the ready reckoner for the set amount of days, the cookies are deleted.

SQ_SYSTEM_SESSION

Required functionality

This used to track user sessions on forms hosted on eservices.hertfordshire.gov.uk

Just for the time you are on our website.


Third party cookies

There are links and content from other sites and services on our website. These sites and services set their own cookies.

Below are a list of cookies that the other sites and services use:

Service namePurposeMore information

Google analytics (_utma/b/c/z)

These are used to compile reports for us on how people use this site.

Cookies of the same names are also used for the same purpose by other websites such as Building FuturesCountryside Management Service and Hertfordshire LIS.

Visit the Google Analytics website for more information about the cookies they use.

You can prevent data from being collected and used by Google Analytics by installing Google's Opt-out Browser Add-on.

Google Translation - googtrans

This cookie is used to remember which language to translate each page into if you have chosen to do so.

It expires at the end of your browser session.

Bing

We use a Bing cookie to track the success of our marketing campaigns and make them more efficient.

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Google

We use a Google cookie to track the success of our marketing campaigns and make them more efficient.

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Facebook

We have a number of presences on Facebook, which we may link to. Facebook may set some of its own cookies if you follow these links.

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Twitter

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YouTube

We have a YouTube channel, which we may link to. YouTube may set some of its own cookies if you follow those links.

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Netloan

This ASP.NET_Sessionid cookie is essential for the Netloan secure online payments website to work, and is set when you arrive to the site. This cookie is deleted when you close your browser.

 

HotJar

This session cookie is set to let Hotjar know whether that visitor is included in the sample which is used to generate funnels.

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Siteimprove

These cookies are set to help us report on how people are using the site so we can improve it.

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