We are based in the centre of Dudley, close to Dudley Museum and Art Gallery, and Dudley Town Hall.
St James's Road
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- Lending, Music & Film, Children's: 01384 815560 or 01384 815556
- Information Services & Computers: 01384 815557 or 01384 815558
- Email: Online Contact Form
- Monday: 9am - 7pm
- Tuesday: 9.30am - 7pm
- Wednesday: 9am - 7pm
- Thursday: 9am - 7pm
- Friday: 9am - 7pm
- Saturday: 9am - 5pm
- Sunday: 10am - 2pm
We stock a wide range of books in a variety of formats (including playaway). We also stock a range of DVDs and CDs, as well as providing newspapers and magazines.
What can I do?
Join a Reading group. These are friendly and popular groups and new members are always welcome.
Dudley Reading group: 1st Wednesday of the month: 12pm to 1pm
Crime Reading Group: 2nd Sunday of the month: 11am to 12pm
LGBT reading group: 1st Friday of the month: 12pm to 1pm
- Castle Writers Group: every Thursday from 10am to 12pm
- Creative writing: 4th Sunday of the month from 11am to 12pm. Friendly and fun!
Time Travel: Go back in time by attending a Local History Talk
Use a computer: You can check your email, type a document, and we also have a wifi access. We also provide IT tasters which can be booked in advance:
Talk to your councillor: Find out who your local councillor is and where and when they hold surgeries.
Job Club: Get help with all aspects of job search : Every Wednesday from 10am to 12pm
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? Sometimes introductory sessions are held in libraries on using ancestry.com. These will always be advertised on our events page.
Rattle and Rhyme: A very popular activity every week during term time.
Breastfeeding buddy: available to give help and support as you feed your baby. Contact the Buddy service helpline on: 01384 814545.
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.