We are delighted to announce that the library will be reopening on Monday 26 April at 2pm.
Our new opening hours will be
• Monday 2 – 5
• Wednesday 2 – 5
• Saturday 10 – 1
(We plan to add Friday mornings at a later date.)
There will be the usual measures to keep everyone safe – hand gel at the door, a screen round the desk, extra cleaning procedures, and limited numbers in the library at any one time.
The library has lots of new stock since you last visited so there are plenty of interesting books to borrow.
Order and Collect: there won’t be a special session for Order and Collect once we reopen but you can still use the service if you prefer not to come into the library. Just order your books from the catalogue in the usual way and email us your choices. You can choose what day you want to pick them up (no need for a specific appointment time) and a volunteer will give you your books at the door.
We look forward to seeing you!
When using Order and Collect
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.
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.
Books with Wings
Books with Wings is our exciting new service for parents and carers.
Our Library stocks a range of fantastic children’s books, plus DVDs and audiobooks.
Let your child’s imagination take flight with the help of Pittenweem library!
Click HERE for more information and our suggestions for favourite children’s books and DVDs!
Click HERE for our Books with Wings offer – our new bookbags!
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.
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