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Library Consultation

Currently we are consulting on library provision in the following areas:

  • Even Swindon
  • Gorse Hill
  • Old Town

For more details see Library Consultation.

Wish You Were Here? The story continues...

In the run up to the opening of the new Central library we asked you to recommend a favourite book. We had a fantastic response, with more than 130 people suggesting a special book they would like to see on the shelves.

Click here for a list of the titles we were able to buy (15Kb  Downloadable PDF File)

Changes to library Opening Hours

Please follow the links below for revised opening hours for selected libraries from 1 April 2009

Check out our latest titles:


See the latest DVDs available in Swindon Libraries.

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To comment on IT matters or any aspect of our service policies, including our web pages, please e-mail us at libraries@swindon.gov.uk.

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