Residents will be able to enjoy all of our library services at the weekend, opening from 10am – 2pm every Saturday.
Libraries are so much more than just books. Residents can use the computers we have for free or bring their own devices to access free WIFI. Friendly library staff will also be able to help with all manner of queries, from help with homework to driving test theory practice and even help tracing your family history or the history of the borough.
Kirsteen Roe, Service Director for Citizen Focus at Stockport Council, commented: “We know that weekends are a popular time for people to visit their local library. Hopefully these new opening hours will help even more people to use the services on offer at Adswood and Bridgehall library at a time that suits them. Stockport’s library service offers free computer use and help getting online, support with using council services, a wide range of free books for all ages including e-books and magazines, social activities and even help with starting your own business. Visit your local library and the team there will be really happy to help you sign up and make the most of what’s on offer.”
Pop into your local library today to discover the fantastic services that are available for free to Stockport residents. If you can’t make it in in person, remember there’s a whole host of services that can be accessed online from the comfort of your own home.
Online services for residents include Borrowbox, which allows access to thousands of eBooks and eAudiobooks, and Pressreader, allowing library members to access newspapers and magazines from across the world- both completely free.
For your local library’s opening times, visit the Stockport Council website.