About the Library
Brierley Library were winners in the National EDGE awards 2012 in the physical category for delivering shared services under one roof.
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Telephone: 01384 812874
Citizen Advice Bureau (see below): 01384 816222
Fax: 01384 812866
Email: Contact Brierley Hill Library
We stock a selection of books, DVDs, newspapers and magazines. We also provide free internet access (see below).
Our events page will keep you up to date with events and activities coming up.
What Can I do?
Join a reading group:
Would you be interested in joining a crime reading group? If so, please get in touch with the library.
Talk to your councillor: Find out who your local councillor is and where and when they hold surgeries.
Use the internet with our public access computers or use our free wifi access! We also hold regular computer taster sessions:
Time Travel: Go back in Time by attending Local History Talks.
Get involved: Our Reading and Writing page has details of other activities taking place in libraries.
Research Family History: Our staff can help you to find resources to help you. Did you know we provide FREE access to ancestry.com within the library? We also have a regular Genealogy session that must be booked in advance:
Speak to Citizen's Advice Bureau: The library shares a desk with the CAB, on the 1st floor.
The telephone number is: 01384 816 222. The CAB times are:
The Advice Guide from Citizens Advice also provides useful information.
For children and families
Why not join Rattle and Rhyme? The times are:
Tuesdays and Thursdays term time: 11.15am to 11.45am
Friday's during term-time: 11.15am to 11.45am.
We also offer Saturday and Sunday stories every week from 11am to 11.30am
Join a Family Reading group: 4th Saturday of the month 2.30pm to 3.30pm
There are many events and activities for children that happen throughout the year. See the main events page or browse through the children and young people page.