Duns Library Contact Centre
We aim to provide a high quality library service which meets the needs of local communities and supports lifelong learning and also to deliver high quality advice, information and assistance to members of the public on a range of Council Services.
Bookbug is a fun filled free event for 0 to 5 year-olds and their parents or carers. The Bookbug programme provides free books, activities and guidance to help improve their reading ability and language development. You can read more about the Bookbug programme.
Book Bug is starting again at Duns Library, running fortnightly on Mondays from 15 April at 11:15 to 11:45.
We have two Readers Groups at Duns Library Contact Centre – both meet in the library on the first Wednesday of the month, with Group A between 10:00 and 11:15 and Group B between 11:45 and 13:00.
If you want to learn how to surf like a pro and get the most out of your internet experience, then you should try one of our beginner’s computer courses. Find out more about Get Clicking and Get Surfing. These free courses are run on demand so please ask library staff for details. 01361 882622 (library enquiries only)
What Matters Community Hub
The What Matters Community Drop in Hub meets in the Library every second Tuesday from 13:00 – 16:00 , next meeting on 4 June. The hub offers users the chance to:
- attend drop-in sessions in their own communities
- meet with a range of professional staff and trained volunteers
- get advice about social care needs, general wellbeing and independence.
- Open 10:00 - Closes 17:00
- 0300 1001 800
Plan your visit
View the facilities this contact centre has available: these include Wifi, assistive technology, fax/ copier, public access PCs, hearing loop, self-service book issue and return, toilets (including disabled toilets and baby changing) and disabled access.