Glen Urquhart Public Library:
WE ARE BACK! Glenurquhart Library will be launching a Collect and Return service, from Monday, December 7th 2020 and we can’t wait to see you!
To use Collect and Return:
1. Phone or e-mail to request specific books/a staff selection based on your interests, to return books you already have or both.
Please only phone and/ or e-mail during the following times:
This is to allow staff time to put your orders together whilst following strict hygiene procedures.
2. Staff will then arrange a date and time for you to come and collect your items, and return any you have at home. Collect and Return times will be during the hours listed above.
Phone: 01456 459223
Please note that we are currently unable to transfer stock between libraries, so the item/s must be in stock at Glenurquhart Library.
You can view our online catalogue here: https://hlh.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/MSGTRN/WPAC/HOME
Reservations, printing, photocopying, PC use and browsing are unavailable at this time.
We look forward to welcoming you back! #HLHBounceBack
You can access all our Digital resources with your Library Membership card and Pin.# Click HERE to find out more
We offer a wide range of books, periodicals & reference material
*Excludes Public / Bank Holidays : We are closed over the long Easter weekend, May Bank Holiday, December 25th, 26th, January 1st and 2nd (dates may vary).
Service provided by HighlifeHighland
To find out more about your local library and current opening times just follow the link: https://www.highlifehighland.com/libraries/glenurquhart-library-and-learning-centre/
To sign up for a free Library card or to download a library application form click HERE
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Library activities: - these are currently suspended.
We host a scrabble event every Tuesday from 10.30 – 12.30, everyone welcome. Fun and social interaction more important than high scores!
Short Story Reading Group
The group usually meet on Wednesday afternoons from 14:00 – 15.30 to read short stories together before a good chat about the stories and everything else!
Our writers and poets meet on Fridays from 11:00 – 12.30. This is an informal group with tutors occasionally leading the activities.
The ladies (men welcome!) meet on the last Thursday of the month from 14:00 – 16:00. We knit items requested by various charities including hats, baby clothes, children’s jumpers, worry monsters and squares for blankets.
For FAQs, information about joining the library and membership forms see Your Local Library. For more information about services available through Highland Libraries follow the links relating to internet and computer use and reference and information services. Resources available for loan include books, audio books and DVDs. If what you want is not immediately available you can place a request for it.
Our on-line catalogue is available through any internet-linked computer. Library members can place requests, check what they have on loan and renew items which are about to become overdue for return – you just need the bar code number from your library card and your PIN. If you do not know your PIN ask at your local library.
Mobile libraries operate throughout Highland. They work to a timetable, and follow routes planned to make best use of time. For local mobile library stops look at the routes for the Dingwall mobile library.
The Area Libraries Officer responsible for this library Telephone: 01463 724253