Clydebank Opening Times
|Monday||9:30 AM||-||7:55 PM|
|Tuesday||9:30 AM||-||7:55 PM|
|Wednesday||9:30 AM||-||7:55 PM|
|Thursday||9:30 AM||-||7:55 PM|
|Friday||9:30 AM||-||4:55 PM|
|Saturday||9:30 AM||-||4:55 PM|
Welcome to West Dunbartonshire Libraries
Want to find your local library and its opening hours, get involved in our reading events or even search your family tree? It is all here. Let us share our passion for reading - a wonderful life-long leisure pastime.
- Books for children and adults
- Audio Talking Books on CD & MP3
- Music CDs
- Adult and Children's DVDs
- Educational & Information DVDs
- Language Packs on CD and Tape
- A variety of Local Publications
- Free Computer and Internet access (see below)
- Free Wi-Fi Access
- Printing, photocopying
- Fax machine facilities
- Quest Computer Training Courses
- Macmillan cancer support information
- Family Activities including Bookbug and Storytime sessions
- Local history materials and archives covering the Clydebank area are a strong feature
- Exhibitions of local history, arts or museum items regularly take place
|Disabled Access||Yes (first floor and basement level only)|
Other rooms and facilities available in this library:
Macmillan Drop-in Centre
Macmillan @ Clydebank Library
If you're affected by cancer you may want to know there's someone you can turn to for help.
West Dunbartonshire Libraries are working with Macmillan Cancer Support to provide a network of Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Drop-In Services in your local community.
Drop-in services are now available at the following times and locations:
|Alexandria Library||Monday||10:30 am - 12:30 pm|
|Balloch Library||Tuesday||1:30 pm - 3:30 pm|
|Dalmuir Library||Monday||10:30 am - 12:30 pm|
|Dumbarton Library||Wednesday||11:00 am - 1:00 pm|
|Clydebank Library||Thursday||12 noon - 2:00 pm|
Find out more at: Macmillan cancer support information
Learning Centre Computer Suite
The computer suite contains 13 adult which can be booked out by community groups to use for classes. They offer the following:
- Windows 7 on all computers
- Microsoft Office: (Version 2010) on all machines
- Free broadband Internet connection
- Full-colour printing
- A4 scanning facilities
- CD burning facilities
- Wheelchair access table
The computers are available to library members to use for free and are also utilised for the various free computer courses ran by Quest the libraries computer training team and other partner organisations.
The Small Training and Meeting Room (Ground floor)
This is a great space to use with small groups and allows for a greater degree of privacy than the other spaces as it is a self contained room.
The room can hold up to 6-8 people seated and can be used by a broad range of groups for training, demonstrations and small private meetings. The space includes:
- Tea and coffee facilities.
- Free WiFi connection (no printing facilities)
The junior area of the library is a large welcoming environment with moveable shelving units. The space is used for family activities such as Bookbug song and rhyme sessions, and Storytelling. The facilities include:
- Four junior PCs with free access to the internet
- Junior fiction and non-fiction books
- Junior DVDs
- Picture and board books
- Talking books on CD
- Toys and games
- Bookbug and Storytime sessions
Training and Meeting Rooms (Upstairs*)
*Please note that there is currently only staired access to this floor but a refurbishment planned for late 2017 will address this.
This area consists of two rooms.
1. CyberSpace Room
This is a medium sized space with study desks and chairs for 8 along; an area with a coffee table and chairs; 4 computers and an interactive smart board.
This room can be used for a variety of activities including meetings, groups training sessions or information sessions using the smart board.
2. Small Meeting Room
This smaller room can be used for smaller meetings or round the table training sessions seats approx 8-10 people. There are no computers or smart board available in this room.
Clydebank Heritage Centre
The heritage centre houses a unique collection of information on the history and culture of Clydebank and surrounding area including the villages of Duntocher, Hardgate and Old Kilpatrick.