Royston Library

Royston Library

Visit Royston Library 

Royston Library offers a wide range of services and activities in relaxing, comfortable and inspiring surroundings. Our friendly staff will always be on hand to help you get the most out of your visits.

Opening Hours

Monday​ 1pm - 8pm
Tuesday​ 10am - 5pm
Wednesday​ 1pm - 8pm
Thursday​ 10am - 5pm
Friday​ 10am - 5pm
Saturday​ 10am - 5pm
Sunday​ Closed

Royston 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

  • CDs & DVDs

  • Newspapers & magazines

  • Free Internet

  • Events and activities for all ages

  • Free reservations for Books/CDs/DVDs

  • Community information

  • Fax and photocopying services

  • Study Spaces

  • Community Languages Collection - Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Kurdish, Russian, Somali and Urdu.

  • Local History Collection

  • Meeting/Community Room for Hire

  • Make it Work Programme - assistance with CVs and job applications.

 

Regular Free Events and Activities

Homework Club
Tuesday
3.30pm
Bounce and Rhyme Wednesday 1.30pm
Coffee Morning​ + Knit & Natter 1st Wednesday of month​ 11am
Councillor Greene Surgery​ 2nd Wednesday of month​ 1pm
Youth Club Thursday 6.30pm
​Toddlers' Tales ​Thursday ​1pm
Story Time​ Friday​ 3.30pm

Glasgow Kidz Card and Young Scot Card

You can apply for a Glasgow Kidz Card and Young Scot Card at Royston 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. 

 

Make It Work Programme

Glasgow Libraries and Glasgow North Regeneration Agency present a new programme of workshops to give assistance in gaining employment to the people of the north of Glasgow.
 
Make it Work is a new modern approach to the Job Clubs previously  run by the Benefits Agency taking a more holistic approach by signposting opportunities for improving health, learning and recreation rather than simply concentrating on gaining employment.
 
Make it Work takes place in Royston Library every Wednesday at 1pm

Disabled Access

Detailed information about access can be found on DisabledGo.

 
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