Find your nearest library, opening hours. contact details and what's on.
Located in Craigshill in Livingston. Almondbank Library offers library facilities, public access computers and Access2Employment advisors.
Opening hours, contact details and services available
The library is located within the Craig Inn Centre
Blackburn Partnership Centre offers access to the Council's Customer Information Service as well as the full range of library services.
Located within Strathbrock Partnership Centre, the library offers the full range of library services, including free access to public computers.
Carmondean Connected is located beside the health centre at Carmondean Centre, Deans, Livingston. It provides the full range of library services, as well as access to the Council's Customer Information Service, Access2Employment advisers and Macmillan Cancer Support.
East Calder library provides a full range of library services including public access computers.
The library is part of Fauldhouse Partnership Centre, which is also home to the Customer Information Service (CIS), swimming pool, health centre, Xcite Gym, Pharmacy, Dental Practice and cafe.
The library is located in the Lanthorn Community Centre, Dedridge, Livingston.
The library is situated in Tam Dalyell House (formerly County Buildings) and provides books, children's activities and public computers.
Celebrating the history of West Lothian through books, photographs, maps and much more.
The library is located in Pumpherston & Uphall Station Community Primary School in Drumshoreland Road.
The Simpson Library is located in Bathgate Partnership Centre, home to many council services, community centre and cafe.
Located in newly refurbished Carnegie Library building, the library also offers the Council's Customer Information Service
As a partner library, anyone who lives, works or studies in West Lothian can use the College library as a quiet study space and borrow two items from our stock. Registered, current, West Lothian College students can use the PCs and WiFi facilities.
Books, public access pcs and a small museum celebrating the history of Whitburn.