Patchway Library offers a range of books including large print and audio books, DVDs/CDs, Newspapers, information services and free internet access with access to a wide range of online resources such as Ancestry. Patchway Library also offers courses as well as free 1:1 computer support and family history sessions. In addition the library service also offers a free EBook and Audiobook service and access to free digital magazines. See www.librarieswest.org.uk for more information.
Supportive groups – all libraries encourage parents and carers to network and support each other at their children’s activities. Patchway Library holds a pre-school Storytime and Rhymetime session on alternate Wednesday mornings at 10.30am as well as holiday activities and Chatterbooks, a group for years 5 & 6 who enjoy books and games and meet once a month on a Saturday.
All libraries run/can put people in touch with adult reading groups which are also sources of social support.
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Is there a cost for these services?
Books are free to borrow; however, fines may be incurred if returned late.
Some items do have a hire charge i.e. DVDs/CDs.
Photocopying, laminating and printing also have charges
Do you offer concessions?
Concessions are given to people on Jobseeker's Allowance, Income Support, Council Tax / Housing Benefit, Employment support / Incapacity Benefit / Disability Living / Carers Allowance. Students at college more than 12 hours per week and people over the age of 60 years are also eligible for concessions. No charges are applicable for audio visual hire for people with a visual impairment or those who are housebound users.
How can people access this service?
|Tuesday||From 09:00||To 19:00|
|Wednesday||From 09:00||To 17:00|
|Friday||From 09:00||To 17:00|
|Saturday||From 09:30||To 17:00|
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Services Available to People at Home
Free digital magazines, Audiobook an ebook services available from home. To find out more visit www.librarieswest.org.uk
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Are there bus stops nearby?
Is there a car park nearby?
Is there parking for disabled drivers on site or outside the building?
If so, how many spaces?
Do the premises feature non-revolving automatic external doors?
Are external doors 900mm or more wide with flat thresholds?
Is there a ramp?
Do the premises feature non-revolving automatic internal doors?
On internal doors are the handles a contrasting colour and tone to the door?
Are there visual alarm systems at the premises?
Is there an induction loop / induction coupling at the premises?
Is there provision for assistance dogs? (Water bowl and toilet area)
People are welcome to bring assistance dogs into the library.