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Mobile library timetables

To view your mobile library timetable, search for your village using the form below.

East South Mobile Route 1Averham, Bathley, Caunton, Hockerton, Kelham, Little Carlton, North Muskham, South Muskham, Staythorpe, Upton (nr. Averham), Winkburn
East South Mobile Route 10Alverton, Balderton (Village Hall/ Fernwood Estate), Cotham, Flawborough, Orston, Shelton, Staunton, Thoroton
East South Mobile Route 11Aslockton, Car Colston, Hawksworth, Scarrington, Sibthorpe, Whatton
East South Mobile Route 12Barnstone, Colston Bassett, Elton, Granby, Langar, Redmile, Sutton (nr. Granby)
East South Mobile Route 13Kinoulton, Hickling (Old Post Office)
East South Mobile Route 14Cropwell Bishop, Cropwell Butler , Tithby
East South Mobile Route 15East Bridgford, Newton Village, Shelford
East South Mobile Route 16Bassingfield, Plumtree, Tollerton
East South Mobile Route 17Cropwell Bishop (Lime Kiln), Hickling (Pea Pod Nursery), Stanton-on-the-Wolds, Upper Broughton, Normanton-on-the-Wolds
East South Mobile Route 18Bradmore, Bunny, Costock, Rempstone, Widmerpool, Wysall
Woman accessing mobile library

Services Provided

  • Books for loan for adults and children
  • Large print books
  • Talking books.

Joining and Using

Joining a mobile library is no different from joining any other library in Nottinghamshire. Once you have joined you can use any library in  Nottinghamshire or Nottingham City.

You may request items from a mobile library as you would with a local library. Any items that you request will be available for you to collect from the mobile library on a later visit to your area.

If you miss a mobile library visit and you need to return borrowed items, you can return them to the mobile library on its next visit. Alternatively, you can also return any items borrowed from a mobile library to any local library. You can also renew books and other items, online or over the telephone.

Disabled Access

Mobile libraries have a lift that can accommodate wheelchair users or people who find steps difficult. Please ask for help if you wish to use it.


Occasionally we have to take our mobile libraries off the road for repair or routine maintenance. We try to do this at times which cause minimum inconvenience to you. We will announce the dates as early as possible.

If the service is cancelled because of breakdown or weather conditions we will try and telephone a contact in your community to let you know the mobile library will not be calling. In these circumstances your items will not be overdue if you return them on the next scheduled visit.

School Visits

Nottinghamshire and Nottingham City schools can book a visit by the mobile library to bring the service direct to pupils.

Further Information

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