Unfortunately - due to local government cut-backs the
mobile library service no longer visits. This does mean
that I regularly visit the local library with the children
and the local staff are most helpful.
County Council used to have 13 mobile libraries,
serving communities where no library building exist. Most
locations were visited once a fortnight, though some have
a weekly service.
we had a fortnightly visit which started in 2006 and ended
They used to normally arrive here at 09.45 and leave at
All mobile libraries have a lift for wheelchair users and
people with mobility difficulties.
Enter the name of your village and see where the mobile
library service stops. Click on the desired location and
you will be given the date of the next scheduled visit,
frequency of visits and more importantly the times.
We now use Alfreton Library, which offers similar
Fiction for all adults and children
Large print books
Books on tape and books on CD (free to under 18's)
A selection of Local Studies books and information
Non-fiction for adults and children.
Videos and DVDs (charges apply)
Surf the web and use email for free (small charge for
Form your own Book Group.
Children's Story time sessions.
If you cannot find the book you want they can get it for
Ask them about their reservation service.