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High Life Highland delivers community learning and leisure services including library and information services on behalf of The Highland Council.
Each area of the The Highland Council has its own libraries and library team led by an Area Libraries Officer. The Library Support Unit (based in Inverness) provides a professional support centre for the network. Here standards are set and performance monitored to ensure that a consistent, high quality, customer-focused library and information service is delivered throughout the Highlands. Together they all form the Highland Libraries Network.
General information about using our services is set out in How to Join the Library Service page.
For information about an individual library follow one of the links below, or on the map which shows the location of all of our libraries:
| Achiltibuie | Alness | Ardersier | Ardnamurchan | Aviemore | Badenoch | Beauly | Bettyhill || Bonar Bridge | Broadford | Brora | Caol | Cromarty | Culloden | Dingwall | Dornoch | | Fort William | Fortrose | Gairloch | Glen Urquhart || Golspie | Grantown on Spey | Helmsdale | Inshes | Invergordon | Inverness | Kinlochleven || Knoydart | Kyle of Lochalsh | Lairg | Lochcarron | Mallaig | Muir of Ord | Nairn | Plockton || Portree | Tain | Thurso | Ullapool | Wick |For general enquiries please contact the Library Support Unit on 01463 235713e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org If a town or village near to you is not in this list, you may find that there is a convenient mobile library stop.
Free library display space is generally reserved for charitable/not for profit purposes. This often includes organisations or individuals charging for attendance or selling items to raise money. Occasionally the decision will be made to publicise a commercial event on the basis that it is ‘in the public or community interest’ to know about it. eg the local Agricultural show or a visiting theatre group.
We are now using the e-mail addresses of library members as our preferred method of contact to tell members about requests or overdue items, library information and news.
Please ensure we have a current e-mail address by speaking to staff or go to the on-line library catalogue, logon to My Account, and update your details.Contact us for more details on how to connect on Tel: (01463) 251251
email: email@example.com Get in touch and let us know what you think of our service, we welcome all your comments!
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