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Wick Library

https://www.highlifehighland.com/libraries/wick-library/

Photograph of Wick LibraryThe public library is situated at the new Wick High School. It has full internet access with computers for public use.

Opening Times:
Mon - 07:00 - 22:00
Tue - 07:00 - 22:00
Wed - 07:00 - 22:00
Thur - 07:00 - 22:00
Fri - 07:00 - 22:00
Sat - 10:00 - 16:00
Sun - 10:00 - 16:00

Telephone
01955 609709

Postal Address
Wick Library
7 Newton Rd
Wick
Caithness
KW1 5SA





News for Wick Library

Highlife Highland To Close All Archive Centres, Libraries, Leisure Centres, Museums And Swimming PoolsThumbnail for article : Highlife Highland To Close All Archive Centres, Libraries, Leisure Centres, Museums And Swimming Pools
HIGH LIFE HIGHLAND FOCUSING ON SUPPORTING COMMUNITIES.   High Life Highland today confirmed that the Charity has reached the difficult decision to close all archive centres, libraries, leisure centres, museums and swimming pools across the Highlands in line with both Scottish Government and UK Government's advice to minimise social contact.  
One Card Library PassThumbnail for article : One Card Library Pass
Pilot gives access to more than 120 libraries - and 1.6 million books.   A pilot for a single card that can be used in any library has been launched in the north east.  
Library In Thurso Raising Funds To Improve Its ServiceThumbnail for article : Library In Thurso Raising Funds To Improve Its Service
Recycling Books and DVD's is to be one way local libraries can raise funds for new items.   If you would like to help and get a bargain at the same time then head to Thurso library on the day of the sale..  
Join Your Library In Highland And Get Free Access To Newspapers OnlineThumbnail for article : Join Your Library In Highland And Get Free Access To Newspapers Online
Library Press Display.   Browse and read hundreds of full content premium newspapers and magazines for FREE.  
The Challenges Facing Britain's Libraries
In recent weeks a corner of north-west London has become an unlikely battleground, with scenes that could eventually play out across the country.   Brent Council's decision to close six of its 12 libraries has been met with a staunch protest movement and on-going legal challenges, but following an approval from high court judges the council looks to be finally getting its way.  

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