Our fleet of mobile libraries visits villages and hamlets fortnightly throughout Cornwall: a mobile library probably visits your village already.
The routes are on a fortnightly schedule, starting on Mondays, week 1 and week 2.
This is week 1
Please enter either a Location Name OR a Post Code in the relevant box.
Click on the relevant library below to display its mobile library routes.
|Bodmin Library (East)||Tel: 0300 1234 111|
|Bodmin Library (North)||Tel: 0300 1234 111|
|Bude Library (North)||Tel: 0300 1234 111|
|Helston Library (West)||Tel: 0300 1234 111|
|Redruth Library (Central)||Tel: 0300 1234 111|
|St Austell Library (Clay)||Tel: 0300 1234 111|
When you first visit a mobile library, membership is free and it is easy to join. You will need to be living, working, or studying in Cornwall, Devon, Plymouth, or Torbay for more than one month.
Temporary membership is open to individuals who expect to be resident in Cornwall for less than one month, on deposit of a valid home library card, or similar identification, or £10.
You will need to provide proof of address.
If you want to reserve books from the on-line catalogue you will have to ask for a branch library card.
Please ask on van for details of what we carry. A small rental charge applies to all items except books.
|Audio Books||Hire until next visit (free to some customers)|
|CDs||Hire until next visit|
|Videos or DVDs||Hire until next visit|
|CD-ROMs, PC or Playstation games||Hire until next visit|
If you are going on holiday ask for your books to be issued for longer than usual to avoid worry about getting them back on time.
There is no need to renew mobile library loans of books and non fiction videos as no fines are charged on mobile libraries for books and non fiction videos.
You can submit requests when you visit the mobile library. Alternatively you can request items via this website by visiting the on-line catalogue. Click here to view details of how to place a request on-line, there is a charge for this service.
Last revised: 03/05/2013
Copyright Cornwall Council 2009