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What to expect from Medway Libraries

  • Free books: A maximum of 30 books per person may be borrowed at any one time
  • A wide range of reading resources: From bestsellers to new and older titles, books you will not find in a bookshop, talking and large print books, magazines, newspapers and text books
  • Any book from anywhere: Order any book through your library (even out of print books)
  • A community of readers: Connect to other readers through readers groups, Facebook and recommendations
  • Modern, customer-friendly services, right for the community: Easy to join, get answers to questions and borrow books, CDs and DVDs
  • Internet for all: Every library has computers and staff trained to help you use them
  • 24 hour access: Through the online catalogue, online reference materialseBooks and eAudiobooks and other services. Find out about library fees and overdue charges
  • Expert, helpful staff: To answer your questions and offer advice on reading and information
  • Free, independent information: From a trustworthy source
  • Events programme: Regular events, including activities for readers and author visits
  • Family activities: Family reading and learning activities, baby bounce and rhyme time, homework clubs, summer reading challenge
  • A place for young people: A safe local space for children and young people with things to do
  • Help with learning: Resources and advice for learning, including improving reading and writing skills
  • A chance to have your say and get involved: Medway libraries have a lot to offer you. Please let us know what you think by emailing us at the address below or visit our Facebook page
  • Free art exhibits: Local artists can exhibit their work in some libraries.  Medway Libraries will charge a small commission on any sales.