Your New Bridgeton Library
A brand new library for the residents of Bridgeton in an iconic, newly refurbished building. Offering a wide range of services and activities in unique surroundings, including:
32 PCs with FREE Internet access
FREE WiFi and a laptop bar
'Times Past' Cafe
an Arts and Heritage events programme
a dedicated Early Years activity programme
The new Bridgeton Library is truly a library like no other!
Check out our fantastic Summer2013 Classes, Groups and Talks!
Come along to our Football Play Away Day on Saturday 10th August, 1.30-4pm, part of the Scottish Football exhibition.
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Bridgeton Library is free to join
Your membership gives you access to Glasgow's library network and the Mitchell Library. You can also borrow or access:
- Novels and factual books - explore the catalogue
- Books and events for Children and Young People
- Online resources from your 24 Hour Library
- CDs & DVDs
- Newspapers & magazines
- FREE Internet & WiFi
- Events and activities for all ages
- Free reservations for Books/CDs/DVDs
- Community information
- Fax and photocopying services
- Study Spaces
- Community Languages Collection - Hindi, Polish and Urdu
- Local History Collection
- Meeting/Community Room for hire
Glasgow Kidz Card and Young Scot Card
You can apply for a Glasgow Kidz Card and Young Scot Card at Bridgeton Library!
With the Glasgow Kidz Card anyone aged 5 to 11, living or attending school within the Glasgow City Council boundary, can obtain the card free of charge and enjoy discounts around Glasgow including free swimming, films and more. Click here for more information.
The Young Scot Card is free for all 12 to 18 year olds living or attending school in the city, and gives you access to tons of special offers, discounts and services. Click here for more information.
Free Events and Activities
|MSP Surgery - John Mason
||3rd Monday of month
|Bounce & Rhyme
|Bounce and Rhyme
|Councillor Thewliss' Surgery
||4th Tuesday of month
Detailed information about access can be found on DisabledGo.