|Tue||2:00pm - 7:00pm|
|Wed||11:00am - 4:00pm|
|Thu||11:00am - 4:00pm|
|Fri||11:00am - 4:00pm|
Shawbridge Street, Glasgow, G43 1RWView on map
WE ARE OPEN. PLEASE NOTE OUR REVISED OPENING TIMES DUE TO COVID-19 CONSTRAINTS.
Tuesday 2pm – 7pm
Wednesday 11am – 4pm
Thursday 11am – 4pm
Friday 11am – 4pm
PLEASE SEE OUR LATEST INFORMATION PAGE FOR GUIDANCE ON HOW THIS VENUE WILL OPERATE TO KEEP YOU AND OUR STAFF SAFE.
Opened in 1968, Pollokshaws Library offers a wide range of services and activities in relaxing and inspiring surroundings. With thousands of books and a programme of weekly classes and events, our friendly staff will always be on hand to help you get the most out of your visits.
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The accessible toilet is 21m (23yd) from the accessible entrance, to the right as you enter.
Assistance dogs are welcome. We can provide a bowl of water for an assistance dog.
View the accessibility guide on AccessAble – the new name for DisabledGo.
Local history collection
Newspapers and magazines
Novels and factual books
The venue does not have its own car park.
Photocopying - Free service, maximum 10 copies per customer. Copies will be black and white only.
Printing – Free Service, maximum 10 prints per customer. Prints will be black and white only.
Photography and video recording
On occasion, Glasgow Life will be on the premises to film and take photos.
“A gritty debut novel from a new writer on the Tartan Noir scene, this tells the story of a month in 1973, as Glasgow is the scene of a number of gruesome murders, and Detective Harry McCoy is on the trail of the killer. The tension keeps you turning the pages, as he uncovers links to gangs, the growing heroin addiction problem in the city and the possible involvement of Scotland’s elite families in the murky goings-on.”
Fiona, Pollokshaws Library
Pollokshaws Library turns 50 in December this year. Check back later this year for information about our planned celebrations.
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