Other library facilities and services including printing, copying, faxing, bus pass, kitchen caddy liners and energy monitors.
Your local library offers a wide range of stock and services:
To find your nearest library, please use our library finder.
Yes. All our static libraries have free unlimited WiFi.
Bridlington library King Street, North Bridlington and Hornsea libraries have meeting rooms for hire. You can book by contacting the library directly details are available from the library finder.
A full list of library fees and charges is available on the library fees and charges page.
Most libraries have black and white photocopiers for you to use. There is a small charge per copy, and staff can also make copies for you for a fee. To see if your nearest library has a copier, please use our library finder.
Bridlington library, King Street has a colour photocopier for the public to use for a small charge. Other libraries have an A4 scanner and you can scan documents and save them, or print them in colour for a small charge. You will need your library card to use the library computers.
Location details for Bridlington library, King Street are available from our library finder.
You can join the library for FREE and your library card and PIN will be sent to you through the post in separate mailings.
All copies are covered by copyright law. Copies can be made for personal and study use within restrictions, but you must get permission from the copyright holder for commercial use or publication. All libraries display posters outlining the main restrictions, but you are legally responsible for all copies you make and how you use them.
Some libraries have fax machines and staff will send faxes for you for a small charge. To see if your nearest library has a fax machine, please use our library finder.
Yes, most libraries have local newspapers and some magazines. Beverley library takes a wider range including some specialist journals.
The Library Service also subscribes to UK Newsstand. It is an up to date national newspaper database allowing you to access local and national newspaper articles, plus The New Statesman, and The Spectator. You can consult UK Newsstand online at your local library or from home using your library card. This useful website is also ideal for research into current affairs for students.
Emagazines can be downloaded for free via our Zinio subscription. Full information and instructions are available on our e-magazines page where you can sign up to Zinio .
Yes you can collect an application form at your local library or mobile library as well as East Riding Customer Service Centres. If you are already a member of the library you can be issued with a combined library card/bus pass. This will mean you will be issued with a new library membership number. Or you can keep your old library card and have a separate bus pass.
Further details and information relating to documents needed to support your application are available from the English National Bus Pass section of the site.
Yes. You can get single replacement rolls of caddy liners at your local library (including mobile libraries).
Yes. Priority is given to East Riding of Yorkshire Council and cultural information. Posters may be accepted depending on space available but should be no larger than A4 and display your contact details. Political, campaigning, commercial or fund raising posters will not be displayed.