The mobile libraries based at Garstang and Whalley will not be offering a service until further notice due to lack of driver availability.
Names announced for new mobile libraries
We are rolling out a debut cast of new mobile library vehicles and the first three names have been announced.
We're currently working on new routes and these will be published soon. However, in the meantime, if you tell us which area you live in, we will provide you the contact details for further information.
Mobile libraries cover the whole of Lancashire on a regular basis.
We have a fleet of six mobile vehicles based at Whalley, Heysham, Garstang, Brierfield, Clayton Green and Ormskirk. They travel around the part of Lancashire where they are based, making a total of 780 stops across the county.
- Mobile libraries carry a selection of books suitable for all ages, including large print, and in some cases talking books as well. Any item in stock anywhere in Lancashire can be provided on request.
Like all our libraries, mobile libraries are free to join. Come on board and see what we have to offer.
Internet access is not available from mobile libraries. However, as a library member you will get access to thousands of titles, including eAudiobooks and eBooks to download anywhere, anytime.
Every mobile library is fully accessible, with a lift for people who may need assistance with their mobility. Our mobile libraries are unsuitable for large motorised wheelchairs due to the limited space available.
- introducing revised mobile library routes from 1 June 2020
- using the development days to offer mobile library stops to communities without a static library and no existing mobile library stop.
For more information view the report to Cabinet 6 February 2020.
To find out where your nearest stop is contact the library service on 0300 123 6703 or email email@example.com.
If you know where your vehicle is based, contact your local library to find out the date of the next visit.
Telephone: 0300 123 6703 and ask for the mobile library base nearest to you.
Clayton Green Library