Libraries in UK

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Community Library - Library in Bury0161 253 5973
LibraryThing is an online service to assist people catalog their books easily. You can access your catalog from anywhere - even on your mobile phone. Because everyone catalogs together, LibraryThing connects people with the same books, comes up with suggestions for what to read next, and so forth. A free account enables you to catalog up to 200 books. A paid account enables you to catalog any number of books. Paid individual accounts cost $10 for a year or $25 for a lifetime.www.librarything.com
North West EnglandGreater ManchesterBuryBL9 0RS   90 South Cross Street
Government & CommunityLibraries
Librex Educational - Library in Nottingham(0115) 950 4664
Librex have been an founded general office, library, school and educational provider for almost forty years. We provide general office, library, educational and display equipment direct to a broad array of businesses and authorities including schools, colleges, libraries, hospitals and councils.www.librex.co.uk
East MidlandsNottinghamshireNottinghamNG2 4BG   Colwick Rd
Government & CommunityLibraries
O2 WiFi Hotspot Signet Library0131 225 0650
The Signet Library in the heart of Edinburgh's old town is synonymous with prestige and Georgian elegance. Steeped in history, the building, with its lower and upper libraries, was completed in 1822 in time for the celebrated visit to Edinburgh of King George IV who described the upper library as the best drawing room in Europe. The Signet Library continues to be owned by The Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet ( known as The WS Society) an association of Scottish lawyers and one of the oldestwww.thesignetlibrary.co.uk
ScotlandEdinburghEdinburghEH1 1RF   Parliament Sq
Government & CommunityLibraries
Leeds Library - Library in Leeds0113 245 3071
The Leeds Library is a wonderful mix of the old and the new situated at the very heart of a busy shopping centre. It was established in 1768 as a proprietary subscription library and is now the oldest surviving example of this sort of library in the British Isles. It boasts Joseph Priestley (1733-1804) as one of its original subscribers. The collections are particularly rich in travel, topography, biography, history and literature.www.theleedslibrary.org.uk
Yorkshire and the HumberWest YorkshireLeedsLS1 6AL   18 Commercial Street
Government & CommunityLibraries
Huddersfield Islamic Library - Library in Huddersfield(01484) 452786
Situated in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, the Islamic Library is an exceptional institution established in 1999. A non-profit organisation run by volunteers, our priority is to evolve understanding of Islam among all people, regardless of creed or familiarity with the religion. Acquiring knowledge is something which a Muslim is commanded to do from the time they are born till they die. It is only through the study of sacred knowledge can we start to understand ourselves and each other; and what itislamiclibrary.org.uk
Yorkshire and the HumberWest YorkshireHuddersfieldHD1 3QY   18 Saint Stephens Rd
Government & CommunityLibraries
MLA London - Public Library in London020 75491700
MLA London is the strategic development agency for museums, libraries and archives in the region. We're core-funded by MLA Council, the Government's agency for museums, libraries and archives. Leading strategically, the MLA promotes finest practice in museums, libraries and archives, to inspire innovative, integrated and sustainable services for all. MLA London is a trading name of Museums Libraries and Archives London, a firm limited by guarantee Registered in England.www.mlalondon.org.uk
LondonEC1V 0DG   53-56 Gt Sutton Street
Government & CommunityLibraries
Lewsey Library - Library in Luton01582 696094
Luton Libraries have something for everyone and libraries are free to use, for anyone who lives, works or studies in Luton! From books to computers, learning and events, activities or quiet study space, whether you are 1 or 100, Luton Libraries have something to provide you. There are eight libraries spread across the town where you can drop in and spend time in a relaxed and informal atmosphere - go to Find a Library to locate your nearest library.www.lutonlibraries.co.uk
East EnglandBedfordshireLutonLU4 0SW   Landrace Road
Government & CommunityLibraries
Working Class Movement Library - Library in Salford0161-736 3601
The Co-operative Movement started in Britain in the early nineteenth century, during the Industrial Revolution. Industrialisation brought the rapid growth of towns and fewer people producing their own food. Robert Owen is regarded as the founder of the Co-operative Movement. His vision was for villages of co-operation - a 'New World Order' A successful businessman, Owen set up a model community around his cotton mill at New Lanark between 1800 and 1820. He paid higher wages for shorter hours thanwww.wcml.org.uk
North West EnglandGreater ManchesterSalfordM5 4WX   51 The Crescent
Government & CommunityLibraries
South Manchester University Hospital N H S Trust(0161) 291 4466
The ERC Library is a multidisciplinary resource located in the Education & Research Centre at Wythenshawe Hospital serving all the team and students working or on placement at the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust. The Library plays a vital role in ensuring team and students meet their continuing professional development requirements and supporting the Trust's clinical governance and patient care commitments. Our aim statement is To make a positive contribution to the qualitywww.erclibrary.org.uk
North West EnglandGreater ManchesterManchesterM23 9LT   Southmoor Rd Wythenshawe Hospital
Government & CommunityLibraries
New Ferry Library - Public Library in Wirral0151 643 8465
There are 24 libraries in Wirral which offer in excess of 600, 000 books on a whole host of subjects, including books on cassette, CD, and in huge print. The Library Service provides a huge array of facilities and activities. As well as the traditional lending service for books (including huge print and foreign language) talking books, videos, CDs and DVDs, there is an extensive reference and information service, including access to a lot of archive and local study material.www.wirral-libraries.net
North West EnglandMerseysideWirralCH62 5BA   Grove Street
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