There are fourteen libraries in Bromley borough. Whatever your reason for visiting a Bromley library - leisure, information, learning, a place to study or just reading for pleasure - you can open up a world of knowledge and entertainment. Bromley Libraries website enables you to renew and request books and DVDs, find out about library events and read book reviews at the click of a mouse. You can join the library online or in your local library for free.
Bromley Libraries are in the process of leaving the London Libraries Consortium. This means that from 1st September 2017 you will no longer be able to reserve items from other consortium members and from 1st October 2017 you will no longer be able to borrow or renew items from other consortium members.
If you currently have any non-Bromley items on loan or have a non-Bromley library card, please speak to a member of staff for advice.
Items requested that are not in Bromley’s stock may be obtained by purchase or inter library loan.
Screening of the classic 1957 film:
Five on a Treasure Island
On Saturday 7th October 2017 children and adults visited Bromley Central Library to watch the classic film based on the first Famous Five book by Enid Blyton published 75 years ago.
This was a free event for adults and for children aged 7+.
Everyone enjoyed the film, the display of books old and new, toys of the era, ginger beer, lemonade and popcorn.
Stand out from the crowd with CareerActive!
A free resource for library members, with brilliant tips and videos on CVs, application forms and interviews. You can also use it to search for jobs.
Free Wi-Fi is Available at all Bromley Libraries
The Freedom Pass
The Freedom Pass for Older People, and the Freedom Pass for Disabled People are funded by your local borough council and give free travel on most public transport in London 24 hours a day (after 9.30am on most National Rail services within the London area), including all day at weekends and on public holidays. This pass may also be used to travel on local bus services in the rest of England under the terms of the Concessionary Bus Travel Act 2007.
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Access to Research
Do you need to research subjects in more depth than you can in books or using Google? You may be studying, need to know about medical conditions or just curious to know more, try Access to Research. Find out more...
Bromley Libraries Supports the National Numeracy Challenge
The National Numeracy Challenge is here helping adults learn the maths needed for everyday life. It can help you build your skills and confidence with numeracy. Find out more...
The library service receives a percentage on all items purchased through this Amazon link