January 2021 Update
With the move to a temporary lockdown from Level 4 of the Protection Levels Framework, ANGUSalive Libraries will continue to remain closed until restrictions allow us to reopen.
ACCESS drop-in services now available at local libraries until Thursday 24 December 2020. Please click here for more information.
With seven libraries, mobile libraries and online access, we can deliver information to you wherever you are. Our libraries have well stocked, up-to-date book collections and e-resources including e-books, e-audiobooks and e-magazines. Our libraries are a great source of tourist information and we're proud to be part of iKNOW and a VisitScotland information partner, sharing the local amenities and attractions of Angus. We also provide a convenient public access to council services.Visit a Library
Join, Borrow & Renew
Become a member of your local library and give yourself access to a world of knowledge. Whether you like to read the newest books or some old favourites, need to do some research or are looking for information, our libraries team will be able to offer some guidance. Becoming a member of our libraries is free and joining is a simple process. Once you are a member you will also have access to our extensive digital library which has some great e-resources for adults and children of all ages.Join, Borrow & Renew
Our Digital Library
Our Digital library gives our library members free access to a fantastic selection of e-resources including e-books, e-audiobooks and e-magazines. There are a number of notable titles to choose from, whether you're looking for a bedtime story, a book to read to your child or an interesting title that everyone's talking about. We also offer a selection of Gaelic resources covering a wide range of interests and language abilities. Our digital library accommodates everyone's needs regardless of age or ability.Digital Library
Our libraries catalogue gives our members exclusive access to resources including Ancestry - one of the world's biggest commercial family history services where you are able to trace your family history, as well as other resources such as Britannica, SCRAN, Oxford dictionaries, the National Library of Scotland and access to our Digital Library.Browse our Catalogue
Our two mobile libraries serve the residents of rural Angus, providing a traditional lending service as well as community information. There’s a wide range of stock on board for people of all ages. The service operates on a fortnightly basis and both our vans are fully accessible with disabled lift access.Mobile Libraries
If age, disability or caring prevent you visiting our libraries, we also offer an excellent monthly Home Delivery Service where items can be delivered to your home. Please note that this service is currently unavailable. However, if this is a service that could be of interest to you in future, feel free to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Home Delivery
There's an array of exciting events and activities to join from reading groups, to enrolling your child in Bookbug sessions or joining our lego activities, there's options available for people of all ages. We also hold several one-off events throughout the year, from author visits to craft days for kids.Activities
Our Libraries offer the ideal location for hosting your events whether its a wedding or a ceremony or even a function or corporate event. Perhaps you're looking to host an exhibition, networking event, have a meeting or give a presentation. Our locations allow you to host them all.Libraries Hire
Our libraries offer free Wifi, PCs with free internet access, email, and Microsoft Office. We recommend booking a session via your local library, but you can drop in to see if there's a PC free. We also offer various IT courses training newbies and/or people wanting to update existing skills.Training & Learning