Contact Durrington Library on their main visitor enquiries telephone number 01980 652 672 to discuss how to borrow an e-book from their online catalogue of texts with your membership account.
Durrington Library General Enquiries – 01980 652 672
You should phone Durrington Library on their general enquiries contact number 01980 652 672 if you would like to know which documents to bring with you in order to join the library. For instance, callers can ask what counts as proof of identity when filling out a membership form in person. From then, you should be able to borrow a book or search the library’s catalogue as you please. Moreover, members can get in touch on this number to discuss their borrowing limit if they would like to take out more than one book a at a time. Similarly, you can discuss the process of borrowing DVDs or even renew an existing loan when speaking to a library representative on this number. Furthermore, if you require support using the online catalogue then a Durrington representative can provide assistance before detailing how to borrow an eBook to download straight your computer.
If you would like to return a book then you should ask about the best times to do so or if the library has an out of hours drop off facility. Moreover, visitors can even use the free computers that are available at the library but will have to pay a fee for printing costs. It is also advised that you get in touch to enquire about the schedule of events that take place in the library as there is often a public talk or community arts festival taking place.
Alternatively, you may wish to call Durrington Library to discuss the rates of hiring the meeting room for a business function or a community group activity such as a writing workshop. Similarly, if you are interested in working the library industry then you may wish to phone a representative to discuss the volunteering opportunities available.
Costs of Calling and Contact Hours
The Durrington Library helpline operates a local Wiltshire rate number that means callers can get in touch at the same standard per-minute rate as any other geographic call made from UK mobile or landline phone. However, you may even be able to contact the library for free if you are using up any inclusive free minutes that have been offered by your service provider as part of a monthly tariff deal. The library is available to take calls during their standard opening hours of 10am-5pm Monday to Friday, 10am-1pm Saturdays.
Write to the Library
If you wish to send a letter detailing a written complaint following the service you have received or even return any DVDs or borrowed books to the library then you should take note of their full Durrington postal address and post code:
75 Bulford Rd,