Kinghorn Library

KINGHORN LIBRARY will close from Tuesday 28th February, 2017 at 7pm

Your nearest alternative libraries are

 

Burntisland Library                        Kirkcaldy Galleries

102 High Street                                War Memorial Gardens          

Burntisland                                       Kirkcaldy

KY3 9AS                                            KY1 1YG      

Tel: (01592) 583203                         Tel: (01592) 583206

 

From Monday 6th March, the Mobile Library will visit fortnightly as follows:

 

North Overgate: 10.35-11.00

David 1st Street: 11.05-11.35

 

Readers who find it difficult to use other libraries or the Mobile Library may be interested in the Home Delivery Service.  This is a tailored book lending service for people who are unable to access library buildings or mobile libraries. For further information about the Home Delivery Service, please call 01592 583204.

 

You can find us next to Kinghorn Community Centre, in fact we share a room with it where you can find miniature replicas of the Elgin Marbles – well worth a visit in themselves. You can also pop into the Centre for a cup of tea or coffee once you have selected one of our marvellous books.

At the Library you can enjoy a monthly Bookbug session for babies and toddlers and there are currently a couple of places left on our Reader’s Group. Get in touch to find out more.

ON at Kinghorn Library

  • Books to suit all ages and interests, including in large print
  • Free requests for our books not on the shelf when you visit
  • Access to quality reference books and online information
  • Free PC and internet access (please book in advance)
  • Basic IT skills taster sessions
  • Occasional children’s rhymetime, storytelling and craft sessions
  • Scanning facilities
  • FREE Wifi

Planning your journey

  • Parking available for customers
  • Local bus stop nearby
  • Train station nearby

Did you know Kinghorn library used to be a school that was designed by renowned architect, Thomas Hamilton – who’s work also includes the Martyrs Monument on Calton Hill and the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh?

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