- How do I join the Library?
- How many items can we borrow, how long can we keep them and can we renew them by phone?
- When are you open?
- Can I access the Internet in the library and do you provide any training?
- Can I do some typing in the library?
- Do you have a fax machine and a colour photocopier?
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Membership of the library is free. You will need two proofs of identity, one of which must have your name and current address. The other ID item requires your signature.
Under 16 years old: you need to provide proof of ID.
Students from outside the area: we require proof of either your home address or your local address. We will also accept a tutor's letter on official notepaper.
Adults may borrow up to 15 items; junior members may borrow up to 10 items. The loan period is three weeks. Items may be renewed by phone, fax, letter, and e-mail or in person, quoting your membership card number.
The opening times of our libraries vary. Please go to to our libraries web pages to find out details about your local library.
Public Internet access is available at all Libraries. It is advisable to book in advance in order to ensure that a PC is available at the time you wish to visit. Please bring your library membership card or proof of name and address. It's all FREE.
Staff can provide basic guidance in the use of the Internet. They can also help you to find suitable courses in the area or, if you prefer, you can learn how to use the Internet free of charge at the Library. Please ask a member of staff for information.
All libraries provide FREE word processing facilities. It is advisable to reserve a PC in advance. Please bring your library membership card or proof of name and address.
Printing and photocopying charges
A4 - 15p per page
A3 - 20p per page
Discounted price for 21st sheet A4 - 10p, A3 - 15p per page
Bulk rate for 250 copies or more A4 - 5p, A3 - 10p per page
Photocopying and printing facilities are available at Brymbo, Brynteg, Cefn Mawr, Chirk, Gwersyllt, Llay, Overton, Ruabon, Rhos and Wrexham Libraries.