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Welcome To Dudley Libraries Online

Dudley Public Library Service is committed to providing a service which is open and accessible to all.

We have libraries spread across the Borough, a home library service for residents unable to get to a library for themselves, as well as a Local History and Archives service. We offer a range of services which includes free wi-fi internet at all libraries.

:We are consulting on plans for the future- find out more.

:Public access computers: updates taking place from 24th November to 10th December. To see specific dates and Libraries affected please view the work schedule.

Sing-a-Long-a Frozen

Frozen sing-along film night

We have another fantastic film night at Halesowen Library. There will be themed crafts and snacks. You can wear your most regal princess attire, or, if you prefer dress as a snowman or a reindeer. Find out more.

Get connected

Our theme for November is 'get connected'. So get connected online by coming along to an IT taster, or take a look at our gaming book displays. events page

Code Club

Coding club takes place at 4.30pm every Friday at Brierley Hill Library. Code club is aimed at children 9 to 11, and provides a fun way to learn coding. Booking required.  Find out more.

Walking reading group

Walking is healthy and so is reading, so why not do both? Join the walking reading group. Find out more.

Download ebooks and audiobooks

Download Ebooks and audiobooks!

 We now offer ebooks as well as downloadable talking books with a  range of fiction and non-fiction titles on offer.

For full details see our ebooks page or our talking books page. 

Email Newsletter

If you would like to be informed about library news and events, why not sign up to the Library Newsletter?  Subscribe Now.

Cobra online

Cobra: Complete Business Reference Adviser

Free access is now available to this extensive business reference resource. Start-up guides, finance schemes, fact sheets and much much more! Available via our online resources.

Book cover for novel

Review of the Month

Our review this month is for "Golden Boy" by Abigail Tarttelin, and was submitted by one of our customers. 

"This book cuts you to the core, the heart wrenching struggle of a teenager coming to terms with being intersex as well as coping with the usual teenage angst in a typical suburban family. I particularly liked the fact that the story came full circle and didn't leave you wanting at the end".

Do you agree? Read more reviews and add your own book reviews by visiting the online catalogue.


Our anti-bullying page has useful help for children and young people, as well as for parents and carers. 

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