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Libraries in Wolverhampton

Libraries in Wolverhampton

Libraries are a great source of information and best of all they are free to join! There are 15 libraries in Wolverhampton who all provide various services for children and young people including:

  • Free internet access and children's computer workshops
  • Picture books
  • Information books
  • Early learning
  • Poetry
  • Story books
  • Dual language
  • CD's and DVD's

Sharing books from a young age with your child encourages the enjoyment of reading and it also forms the foundation for literacy. The National Literacy Trust encourages parents and carers to talk more to children from birth to three through its early language campaign, Talk To Your Baby (TTYB). Talking to young children helps them become good communicators, which is essential if they are to do well at school and lead happy, fulfilled and successful lives (National Literacy Trust, 2010).

There are 15 libraries in Wolverhampton which means there will be one not far from most people’s homes, and usually within walking distance. The list of libraries is shown below along with their phone numbers:

Ashmore Park Library 01902 556296
Bilston Library 01902 556253
Collingwood Library 01902 556302
East Park Library 01902 556257
Finchfield Library 01902 556260
Long Knowle Library 01902 556290
Low Hill Library 01902 556293
Pendeford Library 01902 556250
Penn Library 01902 556281
Spring Vale Library 01902 556284
Tettenhall Library 01902 556308
Warstones Library 01902 556275
Wednesfield Library 01902 556278
Whitmore Reans Library 01902 556269
Wolverhampton Central Library 01902 552025
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