Pittenweem Community Library
& Information Centre

 The Library is still open for Order and Collect. 

To comply with current Covid regulations, the library is closed to the public, but the Order and Collect service will continue

Libraries are allowed to offer an Order and Collect service, even under the latest lockdown rules, because the Scottish government regards books as an essential item.

Parents and carers are invited to use Order and Collect to borrow books and DVDs for their children.

Just choose books and DVDs from our online catalogue, email the library to tell us what you want and make an appointment to pick them up on Monday afternoons.

Click HERE for more details.

We will also have food waste bags available for collection on Mondays between 2 and 3pm.  No appointment necessary – please just come along and pick up the food bags from the table at the entrance.

Order and Collect Service

Members of Pittenweem Library can email or phone the library to order the books they want to borrow. Choose your books from the online catalogue or ask the library volunteers to choose for you.

Click HERE to find out more about this service including the contact details.

  • Please wear a face covering when you collect your books.
  • Our Library volunteers will also wear a face covering and maintain social distancing.
  • Returns will go into a quarantine box.

Food recycling bags available in the Library

🥗🧀🥖🍠🌮We now stock a supply of food recycling bags. FREE to collect up to 3 rolls of bags. 🌯🍛🍘🍔 *
(NB. The Pittenweem Hub is now the stockist for hearing aid batteries)

What we offer

Pittenweem Community Library & Information Centre is based in the Old Town Hall in the fishing village of Pittenweem in Fife, Scotland and provides a wide range of books and services including:

  • local information leaflets for visitors
  • up-to-date adult fiction and non-fiction (including large print)
  • audio books on CD
  • a big selection of children’s and teenage fiction
  • a wide selection of adult and children’s DVDs
  • local history books and pamphlets
  • information for the local community and visitors, including maps and guides
  • photocopying, laminating and shredding for a small fee
  • free public internet access computers
  • free wi-fi access

We stock free batteries for NHS hearing aids.

Well behaved dogs are welcome and water is available during opening hours.

Books-on-Wheels

Library books, DVDs and audiobooks can be delivered or collected by a volunteer.

What we do for the community

We put on regular activities and events.

Join us for our Film Nights, Scrabble Club, Children’s Activities and Evening Talks.

We have close links with the local primary school and nursery, and organise class visits.

What you can do for us

The Library relies on the efforts of volunteers to staff the library, raise funds to finance running costs, purchase new stock and maintain the premises.

All our activities and events are organised and run by volunteers.

Become a Library Volunteer

You can help the library in many ways and be involved as little or as much as you want

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