Telephone or call in to any community library and renew your items
If I keep items longer and don't renew them, what happens?
You will be charged fines on the items. Children are not charged
Book and CD fines are charged daily
DVDs are charged according to hire period
E-resources such as ebooks have no fines
Charges are on display in the libraries
Does everyone have to pay fines on late items?
Yes, except for children but we do offer a renewal service by telephone, online or by text. We will also send you a courtesy reminder email in advance of the due date, if we have your email address. Please ask staff for details
Do borrowed items have to go back to the same Library, or can I return them to any?
You can return items to another library in the Stirling Council Area if you wish
I am not interested in books; does the Library have anything to offer me?
The Library service lends, CDs, DVDs, talking books and language courses
All community libraries offer word-processing and Internet access (These can be booked with the library involved)
e-resources, such as emagazines, enewspapers and ecomics
What do I do if the material I want is not immediately available?
You can use the request service (this is free of charge)
Books, journal articles and music scores can be borrowed through the Inter-Library Loan Service (There is a charge for this)