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OPENING HOURS FROM 11th OCTOBER 2021:

Central Library: Monday: 12pm-7pm; Tuesday & Thursday: 10am-5pm;  Friday: 10am-4pm;  Wednesday & Saturday: 10am-1pm

Gourock & Port Glasgow Libraries:  Monday: 12pm-7pm; Tuesday & Thursday: 10am-5pm;  Friday: 10am- 4pm;  Wednesday & Saturday: 10am-1pm

Kilmacolm Library: Monday: 12pm-7pm; Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 10am-2pm; Wednesday & Saturday: 10am-1pm

South West Library: Tuesday & Thursday: 10am-5pm;  Friday: 1pm-3pm

Inverkip & Wemyss Bay Library: Tuesday & Thursday: 2pm-5pm; Saturday 10am-1pm

Watt Library: (within the Watt Institution): Wednesday-Saturday: 10am-4pm. Pre-booking is no longer required.

 

Books on Wheels
Books on Wheels

 

Libraries Online

 

You can continue to explore the wealth of e-resources we have available for research, learning, entertainment through Borrowbox, our library webpages and social media channels.

Please note that all fines accrued from Tuesday 17th March 2020 have been removed and no further fines will accrue on overdue items. All items currently on loan will automatically have the return date extended until libraries re-open.

Inverclyde Libraries’ eBooks and eAudio books from Borrowbox can be accessed at the Library Online link on this page

 

Keeping everyone safe

Perspex screens have been installed for the safety of our visitors and staff and we have hand sanitiser stations in each building. Please wear masks if possible and keep to the two-metre social-distancing guidelines whilst using our facilties.

Safety videos are available on the Inverclyde Libraries social media channels to demonstrate the changes and new safety measures before people visit.

 

Test and Protect

For the health and safety of our visitors and staff in Inverclyde libraries and Watt institution, we are recording the name and contact details of everyone who enters.

This information will be used to enable NHS Scotland and statutory partners to contact you should you have been in the premises around the same time as someone who has tested positive for coronavirus.

Contacting people who might have been exposed to the virus is an important step in stopping the spread.

An example information poster and our relevant privacy notice regarding Test and Protect can be found in related documents linked on this page.

Further local updates and health advice can be accessed at https://www.inverclyde.gov.uk/coronavirus.



Enquiries can be directed to:  Library.Central@inverclyde.gov.uk   or  via Facebook Messenger.

 

 

 

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