Shropshire-Libraries

Adult Learning in Shropshire Libraries

Website (Shropshire Reference Library) https://shropshire.gov.uk/libraries/groups-and-support/health-and-wellbeing/
Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 01743 255 380
Address: Shropshire Council Community Services, Reference Library, 1A Castle Gates, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 2AQ

Mobile Libraries: Click this link to find out where the Mobile Libraries stop: https://shropshire.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Minimalist/index.html?appid=68e0dc49161348ed9a6264cb05b14bdf

Home Library Service: Click this link for information: https://shropshire.gov.uk/libraries/join-the-library/home-library-service/

Do you qualify for a Concessionary Library Card? Click here to find out: https://shropshire.gov.uk/libraries/join-the-library/concessionary-membership/

Reading Well Self Help Scheme: Click here for information:  https://shropshire.gov.uk/libraries/groups-and-support/health-and-wellbeing/reading-well-self-help-scheme/

Shared Memory Bags. An object, a photograph, some music, a word – sometimes it takes a trigger to bring memories flooding back…

Shared Memory Bags are just that – an easily portable collection of items, books and activities to share at home or in a group to prompt conversationYou can borrow a Shared Memory bag from Shropshire Libraries free of charge for three weeks using your library card.

Click here for more information on Shared Memory Bags: https://shropshire.gov.uk/libraries/groups-and-support/health-and-wellbeing/shared-memory-bags/

All libraries in Shropshire offer:

  • free public access to the Internet through the Peoples Network computers. (Some libraries also provide wireless Internet access)
  • access to books and other resources on careers, jobs and job hunting, CV writing and interviews
  • information and resources on studying and working abroad
  • information and prospectuses on local full and part time adult education/college courses

In addition the Reference Library in Shrewsbury has:

  • prospectuses for all UK universities and UCAS guides to help with the application procedure
  • Open University course materials to support most modules (excluding business and law courses)
  • some special IT equipment such as large trackballs, wrist and foot rests
  • staff to help you search the Internet for resources to support learning and assist with recommending useful websites

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