WASHINGTON MILLENNIUM CENTRE’S NEW LIBRARY SERVICE
The Millennium Centre Library is not a council library. It is ran by the Millennium Centre Trust and offers residents and users a small range of books to borrow by honesty scheme. This means that you can call into our Library, borrow a book and return it when you are finished. We have a range of fiction, science fiction, true stories, autobiography’s, childrens story books and non fiction, something for everyone.
WE NOW TAKE BOOK DONATIONS
This will help us to keep our shelves stocked to ensure there is always something on offer
We have a Community IT Suite which again is a FREE service for you to take advantage of.
There is an age restriction of 16 years on this service, unless Children are accompanied by an adult
Our current customers use it for various reason:
PRINTING, JOB SEARCHES, HOMEWORK, SOCIAL MEDIA, BROWSING THE WEB………..
You do have to become a member, which means that you have to fill out a small application form, This can be done at the Millennium Centre Reception Desk and takes just a couple of minutes
We do have printing facilities at he Centre, as well as faxing and scanning which there is a small charge for.
We will upload pictures of our New Library when everything is complete
If you have not used the library pop in and see what we have to offer you will be pleasantly suprised and joining is easy.
The Library and Computer Suit are both open as follows:
Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 8.30pm
Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm
Saturday and Sunday 9am to 4.30pm
DONT WORRY ABOUT YOUR BOOKS BEING LATE, YOU CAN KEEP THEM FOR AS LONG AS YOU NEED THEM: