Pittenweem Community Library and Information Centre is managed and run by volunteers who committed to maintaining a library service in Pittenweem after it was closed by Fife Council in February 2017. The Library was re-opened as a community library in June 2017. We are based in the Old Town Hall in the fishing village of Pittenweem in Fife, Scotland.
Below you’ll find links to some of our services and further information on how we are funded and managed.
- Opening HoursMonday 2pm – 5pm Wednesday 2pm – 5pm Friday 10am – 1pm Saturday 10am – 1pm
- A fantastic choiceWe have a fantastic choice of items to borrow or take away. Click on title to find out more about them.
- Books on WheelsOur books on wheels service can visit you, at an agreed time, at your home. Click on the title to find out more.
- Books with Wings – let their imaginations take flight!Books with Wings is our service for parents and carers. Our books will fly off the shelves to your children – and we still have some book bags to help them find their way home.
- Order and CollectOur Order and Collect service is handy if you want to choose your books at your leisure from home and then just pop in to pick them up later. Click on the title to see more details.
- Scrabble in the LibraryThursday afternoon is Scrabble time in the Library. Experienced players and beginners are welcome. Click on the title to find out more.
- FundingAs a charity, funding our services is crucial to our continued existence. Click the title here to find out more, or help us by donating on the Donate page.
- Our trustees and volunteersThe Pittenweem Community Library and Information Centre is a charity run by volunteers who are responsible for ensuring that we meet our charitable goals as well as managing the day to day running of the library.