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Libraries

Your local library has something for everyone, books and information, music, films, computers with access to the Internet. Wi-Fi is now available in all our libraries.

Why not join? Until you do you won't know what you are missing and membership is FREE!

Find out What's On in your library.

Remember you can renew your books online or by by phoning 0345 155 1001

Saturday 15 July – Saturday 9 September

Children are being asked to read the books and catch the crook in Devon Libraries this summer by taking part in Animal Agents – this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.

The Summer Reading Challenge is produced by The Reading Agency and delivered by libraries and is open to all children age 4 - 11.

Children just need to read 6 books to earn their Animal Agents certificate and medal and they’ll be collecting stickers (including some special smelly stickers) along the way. They can read any library book of their choice - fiction, non-fiction or picture books – they all count. 

There are also lots of fun activities both in Devon Libraries and on the Animal Agents website.

What's new?

Zinio for Libraries has been renamed RBdigital. There is a new RBdigital app available from your device's app store and once installed, you will be able to log in using your Zinio for Libraries email/username and password. here>>
Reading Well collection for Long Term Conditions launched! more>>
Adopt a Book - support the conservation of rare and unique books in our Special Collections at Exeter Library. Find out about the titles that need a new lease of life, and how your donation could help. more>>
Library Friends Groups welcome any library member who wants to get involved and are a practical way to support your local library. Find out more>>

From 1st April 2016 our staff and community owned social enterprise took over the running of Devon's libraries.

If you would like to come and work for us you can find all of our current vacancies on the Libraries Unlimited website more>>

Get connected - find out how to keep up to date with library events and offers and save money on fines. more>>
Book collections to support young people experiencing mental health difficulties are now available in every library as part of the Reading Well Books on Prescription scheme. more>>

Find out more

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For local contacts please see Your Local Library

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Ciara Eastell, CEO

Libraries Unlimited
Exeter Library
Castle Street
Exeter, EX4 3PQ

0345 155 1001

01392 384316

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